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Indigenous knowledge and ocean science

’Qátuw̓as Jessica Brown

TEDx Brentwood College School

This video explores the relationship between Indigenous knowledge and Western science through work with Ocean Networks Canada.

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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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Decolonizing marine governance and law, South Africa

Dr Jackie Sunde

University of Cape Town, South Africa

In this video, Dr Sunde, University of South Africa, explores the impact of colonisation on the customary laws of coastal communities in South Africa, focusing mainly on the Gongqose case.

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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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From “fishing together” to “to fish in common with”: Makah marine waters and the making of the settler commons in Washington Territory, USA

Dr Joshua L. Reid

University of Washington, USA

This video examines the 1855 Treaty of Neah Bay that the Makah Nation negotiated and signed with the USA to illustrate how indigenous peoples were marginalized in favour of settlers.

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Canoe culture and heritage in Ghana

Dr. Georgina Yaa Oduro, Dr. David Wilson, Dr. John Ansah and Professor Rose Boswell

University of Cape Coast, Ghana; University of Strathclyde, UK; University of Cape Coast, Ghana; Nelson Mandela University, South Africa

Focusing on Ghana, each participant will draw on their distinctive research perspectives to consider different aspects of canoe culture and heritage.

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COVID-19 impacts on the South African small-scale fisheries sector

Dr Bernadette Snow

One Ocean Hub, University of Strathclyde, UK

In this presentation, Dr Bernadette Snow, Nelson Mandela University, shares early inter-disciplinary research findings on the effects of COVID-19 and the related lock-down measures on the small scale.

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Small-scale fishers and ocean well-being

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This roundtable highlights the often-overlooked connections between the lives and livelihoods of Small-Scale Fishers.

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Namibia’s Experience on Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on Small-Scale Fisheries (Day 1)

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

Namibia’s Experience on Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on Small-Scale Fisheries: Towards a National Plan of Action for Small Scale Fisheries in Namibia- Day 1

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Namibia’s Experience on Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on Small-Scale Fisheries (Day 2)

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

Namibia’s Experience on Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on Small-Scale Fisheries: Towards a National Plan of Action for Small Scale Fisheries in Namibia - Day 2.

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Photo-story: Small-scale fishers and human rights

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This photo series highlights small-scale fisheries and their rights.

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Breaking Laws on the Sea I

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

In this webinar we hear from experts from different disciplinary and professional backgrounds about the trade-offs and current innovative approaches to securing our oceans.

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Breaking Laws on the Sea II

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This session addresses the impact of illegal activities on the sea on global supply chains.

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Environmental defenders in times of pandemic

GNHRE (The Global Network for Human Rights and the Environment)

This webinar looks at the important role that environmental defenders play in contributing to sustainable development and addressing threats to vulnerable environments and communities.

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Participation as Resistance

GNHRE (The Global Network for Human Rights and the Environment)

The webinar investigates the ways in which communities are taking back their right to participation in the face of corrupt and illegitimate consultative practices.

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Small-scale fisheries and blue justice: procedural and substantive rights of fisherfolks

Senia Febrica

One Ocean Hub, University of Strathclyde, UK

This webinar explores the role and practical relevance of international legal instruments for the recognition and full realisation of the human rights of small-scale fishers.

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Understanding marine science at the ocean science-policy interface, South Africa

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

Designed for ocean governance professionals, this webinar, from the 29th May 2020, was held in collaboration with UNDOALOS.

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Studying the Sea – Accessing Ocean Research Careers

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This event provided an opportunity to interact with early-career and established ocean researchers and hear about their experiences and about career pathways that aim to protect our oceans

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Transdisciplinary Research to the Rescue

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

The event identified contributions to the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.

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Understanding Social Science and the Ocean Science-Policy Interface

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This event aims to provide an opportunity to explore the distinctive contributions of a variety of social sciences to the ocean science-policy interface.