Spotlight on early-career researcher: nina rivers
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My name is Nina Rivers and I am currently an early-career researcher with the One Ocean Hub at the University of Strathclyde, UK and Nelson Mandela University, South Africa. My work focuses on integrating Hub research and findings across and within Hub partner countries and thematic areas. My areas of interest are equitable knowledge co-creation ..read more
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Hub engagement and events at the 2024 Ocean Decade Conference 
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The Hub team has several reasons to await with anticipation the 2024 Ocean Decade conference in Barcelona. Alongside delivering two satellite events and a poster session, the Hub researchers will also team up with new partners and colleagues from the UN Ocean Literacy Dialogues to co-create activities that will engage participants in thinking about and caring for ..read more
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SPOTLIGHT ON EARLY-CAREER RESEARCHER: Natanah Gusha
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I am Natanah Gusha, a marine biologist and early-career researcher. I have been working for the One Ocean Hub at the University of Namibia and Rhodes University in South Africa. In the broadest sense, I am generally passionate about the marine environment and its biodiversity.  My research niche has primarily been understanding dynamics within nearshore ..read more
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Contributing views on future work of the Just Transition Work Programme of the UN Climate Change Convention and the 2024 Bonn Ocean-Climate Dialogue
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In February 2024, we collaborated with the Human Rights and Climate Change Working Group in preparing a joint submission on views on the work to be undertaken and the possible topics for the dialogues under the Just Transition Work Programme, which was established at the UN Climate COP28. The Hub contributions focused on small-scale fishers ..read more
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Contributing to guidance on business responsibility to respect human rights in the fisheries sector
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As part of the One Ocean Hub’s contributions to international processes on business and human rights in the ocean context, the Hub was invited to participate in a consultation on the draft outline of the small-scale fishing section of the FAO Guidance on Social Responsibility in the Fisheries and Aquaculture value chain, and to review ..read more
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Protecting the ocean for future generations in the Solomon Islands
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This blog speaks to the importance of the local ocean knowledge upheld and promoted by the youth in the Solomon Islands – the country under whose custodianship is the vast expanse of the ocean space, and home to the communities who bear the brunt of the pollution, over-exploitation of ocean resources and climate change. The ..read more
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Part II of the ‘Women of the sea’ podcast expands insights on women’s knowledge of the ocean 
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In the second part of the One Ocean Hub Podcast, Episode 4 ‘Women of the sea’, Knowledge Exchange Associate Milica Prokic continues the conversation on the entanglements of the ocean, ocean research and gender with two South African scholars and activists, Buhle Francis (Rhodes University, South Africa) and Aphiwe Moshani (University of Cape Town, South Africa).   In the podcast ..read more
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New podcast on knowledge co-production, art-based participatory methods and social justice 
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In the new episode of the One Ocean Hub podcast, early-career researcher Elsemi Olwage (University of Namibia) and Kira Erwin (groundWork/Durban University of Technology) talk to Hub’s Milica Prokic about their experiences of collaborative research in Namibia and KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, of knowledge co-production, art-based participatory methods, and social justice. In this deeply insightful and ..read more
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One Ocean Learn launches a new Learning Pathway focusing on transdiciplinarity 
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A new Learning Pathway, ‘Transdiciplinarity’ is now available on the One Ocean Learn knowledge-translation platform. The Learning Pathway delves into various stages of implementation of transdisciplinary methods, defining, discussing, and differentiating between ‘strong’ and ‘weak’ transdisciplinary.    The learning pathway was developed by Hub early-career researcher Mia Strand, (Nelson Mandela University, South Africa and University of ..read more
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Human rights concerns shared about deep-seabed mining  
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As the negotiations of new international rules on deep-seabed mining resume at the International Seabed Authority (18-29 March 2024), the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights has published a letter to underscore the international human rights obligations of States and responsibility of business in the exploration and exploitation of minerals in the deep ..read more
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