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Small-Scale Fisheries and Blue Justice: Procedural and Substantive Rights of Fisherfolks

On 10th November 2020, the One Ocean Hub in collaboration with the FAO led a “Small-Scale Fisheries and Blue Justice: Procedural and Substantive Rights of Fisherfolks” webinar for the UN-Nippon Fellows and Alumni.

Calling for An Integrated Framework to Manage the High Seas

Webinar highlighting the sharp contrast between the interconnection between land and ocean as well as between different parts of the seas with the disconnection in ocean governance.

A Brief History of Colonisation, Customary Law, and Indigenous Marine Dispossession

On an early Saturday morning in October, a lobster pound in southwest Nova Scotia burned to the ground after a suspected act of arson...

Prof Morgera’s second edition of Corporate Environmental Accountability in International Law (open access)

Prof Elisa Morgera has published a new edition of her book analysing the latest international developments on business responsibility to respect environmental rights.

Towards transdisciplinarity – which route to take? Part II

This next installment of the discussion on transdisciplinarity.

Meet our researcher in Scotland – interview with Senia Febrica

In this Q&A series we get to know a different One Ocean Hub researcher every month.

Breaking Laws on the Sea

Summarising of the ‘Breaking Laws on the Sea’ online event, held during UN World Oceans Week 2020.

Focus on: South Pacific

In this series we introduce some of the recent development made in different countries. This month we bring you news from Fiji and Solomon Islands.

Prof Morgera Contributes to European Commission’s study on EU-Africa cooperation on ocean governance

Prof Elisa Morgera has been interviewed as part of the preparations of a study commissioned by the European Commission.