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Emily Gibson is a PhD candidate with the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods.  Emily’s research explores the intersection of gender and food and nutrition security in the context of small-scale fisheries, and coastal communities in the Indo-Pacific Region.  Emily holds Masters in Law (Environmental Law) (ANU) and International Development (RMIT) and recently contributed to an evaluation of gender and coastal livelihood initiatives in Indonesia.

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Dietary diversity and fish consumption of mothers and their children in fisher households in Komodo District, eastern Indonesia

Gibson, E. C., Stacey, N., Sunderland, T. C. H. & Adhuri, D., 1 Apr 2020, In : PLoS One. 15, 4, p. 1-22 22 p., e0230777.

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    Enhancing coastal livelihoods in Indonesia: an evaluation of recent initiatives on gender, women and sustainable livelihoods in small-scale fisheries

    Stacey, N., Gibson, E. C., Loneragan, N., Warren, C., Adhuri, D., Wirwayan, B. & Fitriana, R., Dec 2019, In : Maritime Studies. 18, 3, p. 359-371 13 p., 142.

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  • Gender matters in coastal livelihood programs in Indonesia

    Gibson, E. C. & Stacey, N., 19 Dec 2019, The Conversation.

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  • Riset: masih ada ketidaksetaraan gender dalam program pemberdayaan masyarakat pesisir

    Gibson, E. C. & Stacey, N., Dec 2019, The Conversation.

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