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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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Indlela yokuphila (the path of life)

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

The social scientists and artists working on this project use this storytelling to illustrate how, if we are willing to listen closely, scientific knowledge and indigenous knowledge can at times align

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Knowledge Co-Production

Mia Strand

One Ocean Hub, University of Strathclyde, UK

This webinar, by Mia Strand, looks at Ocean Knowledge, bringing together law, marine, social sciences, arts and policy.

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Gender, culture and the blue economy

Rose Boswell

Research Chair in Ocean Cultures and Heritage at Nelson Mandela University

What is the role of gender, culture and local knowledge in sustainable development and the SDGs? Indigenous and gendered knowledges can contribute in new ways to ecological sustainability.

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Indigenous peoples and the ocean in Africa

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

Knowledge of indigenous peoples in Namibia, Ghana and South Africa contributes to a sustainable blue economy.

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Ocean Connection in Algoa Bay. An arts-based participatory research project

Mia Strand

One Ocean Hub

This project forms part of a PhD project by Mia Strand, and a postdoctoral project led by Dr Nina Rivers. The video provides a snapshot from their arts-based participatory research work.