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Domestic customary law & ocean governance: an introduction to different perspectives and approaches, global

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK.

This webinar focuses on an introduction to domestic customary laws of the coast and sea within the context of ocean governance.

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The Saltwater Collection and sea rights: a tapestry of belonging, memory and relational laws, Australia

Dr Saskia Vermeylen

University of Strathclyde, UK

In this video, Dr Vermeylen examines customary law and the sea rights of the Yolngu peoples in north-eastern Arnhem Land in Australia

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Aniva, Pacific Islands youth speaker at the COP27


Eco-Toa Club, Samoa

Aniva, a child advisor to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, shares why realising children's rights to a healthy ocean environment is crucial from a climate change perspective.

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Women fishers must be counted

Wildlife Conservation Soceity

Wildlife Conservation Soceity

Women’s contributions to small-scale fisheries should be recognised to improve fisheries management and achieve the SDGs.