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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.
Dietary diversity and fish consumption of mothers and their children in fisher households in Komodo District, eastern IndonesiaGibson, 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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Why are women and children vulnerable to food insecurity, despite eating fish? A study in eastern IndonesiaGibson, E. C., 4 May 2020, Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries.
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Enhancing coastal livelihoods in Indonesia: an evaluation of recent initiatives on gender, women and sustainable livelihoods in small-scale fisheriesStacey, 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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Gibson, E. C. & Stacey, N., 19 Dec 2019, The Conversation.
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Gibson, E. C. & Stacey, N., Dec 2019, The Conversation.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › ArticleOpen Access