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Spanish Secretary-General for Fisheries, under the Spanish Women Association of the Fishing Sector, celebrates International Women's Day. The aim is to make visible the role of women in aquaculture and seafood industries.

The publication "Women of the sea, inspiring vocations" seeks to promote a meditation about generational change, one of the main challenges facing the sector at the moment. Women from different aquaculture and fisheries organizations give their opinions and solutions for these challenges and more.

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In addition, a commemorative poster has been distributed under the slogan "Women of the sea, for a . . .

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