Work Programme 5

Inclusion of historical and social connections to the ocean in the OAF 

 
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Rose Boswell

Overview

WP5 focuses on the inclusion of historical and social connections to the ocean as metrics within the OAF of cultural inclusivity and social equity indicators.

WORK PROGRAMME 5 - PROJECTS

Word Programme Lead: Professor Rose Boswell

Project 5.1 explores how an analysis of heritage data aimed at understanding the historical benefits that communities of colour obtained or lost as a result of displacement from coastal areas can contribute to the OAF.

Project 5.2 entails the production of a documentary on non-market benefits obtained from the oceans as well as the perceptions of how civil society members of how the OAF could benefit them in the case of government intervention vis-à-vis the ocean economy.

Project 5.3 explores how perspectives and understandings of cultural non-use benefits of Algoa Bay can be incorporated in the OAF.

Collaborators

Ryan Pillay

Senzo Xulu

Francois Du Plessis

Thomas Terblanche

Jess Thornton

Simamkele Kali

institution

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Documents

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