Governance and governability: indigenous small-scale fisheries and autonomy in coastal Nicaragua

@article{Gonzlez2018GovernanceAG,
  title={Governance and governability: indigenous small-scale fisheries and autonomy in coastal Nicaragua},
  author={Miguel Gonz{\'a}lez},
  journal={Maritime Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={17},
  pages={263-273}
}
This paper describes recent changes in the social and economic conditions of small-scale fisheries on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua. It examines these conditions in relation to governance challenges faced by indigenous peoples, for whom access to fisheries and tenure rights to land and waters are critical components of their livelihoods. The titling of large swaths of land under a collective property regime, combined with uncontrolled immigration by non-indigenous, campesino settlers, and… Expand

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