The film ‘Mapping for Justice’ shows how the Hub together with its partners in South Africa has been supporting the people of Kosi Bay to claim recognition of their customary rights in the context of the iSimangaliso UNESCO World Heritage Site. Research co-produced by the Hub and the local community highlights poor participation, and […]
he inter-disciplinary team of 37 Hub early-career researchers (ECRs) are recognised for their efforts in ‘working on groundbreaking and innovative approaches towards the goal of inclusive and equitable ocean governance, whereby people and the environment can flourish.’ “The Hub’s ECRs combine passion and creativity with academic rigour in their research, using innovative participatory methods that […]
In the fourth episode of the Hub’s podcast series, focusing on gender and the ocean, Knowledge Exchange Associate Milica Prokic speaks to early-career researchers and the British Council Scotland SGSAH EARTH Scholarship winners, Aphiwe Moshani (University of Cape Town, South Africa) and Buhle Francis (Rhodes University, South Africa). They talk about women’s knowledge of the ocean, their distinctive ocean-related practices, including seaweed harvesting, […]
One Ocean Hub early-career researcher Aphiwe Moshani (University of Cape Town, South Africa) is currently working as a trainee for the Hub partner UNITAR – the UN Institute for Teaching and Research (UNITAR), with whom we are co-developing the knowledge-translation platform One Ocean Learn. The Learning Pathway focuses on the interlinkages of the ocean, culture […]
One Ocean Learn is an online platform which aims to support global capacity building by translating ocean knowledge into action-oriented learning for activists, communities, development practitioners, policymakers and researchers on the ways in which global, national and local communities depend on and relate to the ocean, coastal areas and marine life.
Our research in Namibia seeks to learn from people who rely on the ocean, in order to understand the pressing challenges facing marine ecosystems and ensure that the blue economy supports sustainable ‘blue’ communities.
The Hub researchers are exploring some of the deep-sea ecosystems in the South Atlantic, and connecting researchers working in this region, so that we can better understand their value and ensure sustainable use for generations to come.
The One Ocean Hub brings together five interconnected research programmes to support more integrated, evidence-based and inclusive responses to the multiple threats facing the ocean. Threats that include plastics and climate change.
The One Ocean Hub aims to transform our response to the urgent challenges facing our ocean. Its research seeks to bridge current disconnections in law, science and policy and integrate governance frameworks to balance multiple ocean uses with conservation.