Slow Fish Caribe

Slow Fish Caribe


The Slow Fish Caribe aims to establish itself as a network made up of individual small-scale fishers, representatives from fisher organizations, fishmongers, marine biologists, anthropologists, cooks and restaurant owners, students, concerned citizens, journalists, filmmakers, teachers, researchers, consultants and environmentalists, artists, event organizers, among many others.

The diversity of the different perspectives, engaged in an ongoing open and transparent dialogue that is not afraid to tackle complexity, contradictions and uncertainties, allows the network and whoever is interested to broaden their knowledge and understanding of the issue, while providing energy and motivation to continue working together for a better future for coastal and inland fishers within the Caribbean region.

Here you are first Slow Fish Caribe network:

Asociacion Afrocolombiana De Pescadores Con Cordel (APESCORDEL)

Asociación San Juanera De Pescadores Artesanales

Old Providence and Santa Catalina Fishing and Farming Cooperative Enterprise

Asociación de pescadores artesanales del Caribe Sur (ASOPACS)

Estación Experimental de Pastos y Forrajes “Indio Hatuey”

Lighthouse Foundation, Stiftung für die Meere und Ozeane

Comité de pescadores artesanales de la Aldea Quetzalito, pertenecientes a la Federación Nacional de Pescadores Artesanales de Guatemala FENAPESCA

Fundación Mundo Azul

Centro de Estudios Marinos


Belize Federation of Fishers

Mesoamerican Reef Fund Inc. – MAR Fund

Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas CONANP