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Elyse Mills is a PhD researcher in the Political Ecology research group at ISS, where her research focuses on the politics of transnational fishers movements and global fisheries. She also has an MA in Agrarian and Environmental Studies from ISS, and a BA in International Development Studies from York University in Canada. Some of her earlier research focused on EU fisheries policy; the role of the EU in global land grabbing; agricultural investment in Southeast Asia; young farmers’ access to land in the Global North; and the bioeconomy. She is also a Programme Associate for the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF), working with fishers organizations in national and international processes.