RISING FROM THE DEPTHS AGENDA PUBLICATION
The network has just published our research agenda in the open access Heritage Journal. This paper outlines the aims of the Rising from the Depths and describes the co-creation of a challenge-led research and sustainability programme for the study of Marine Cultural Heritage in eastern Africa.
You can access the paper here:
Heritage | Free Full-Text | Rising from the Depths Network: A Challenge-Led Research Agenda for Marine Heritage and Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa (mdpi.com)
Scoping meetings with a wide range of academic, community and marine stakeholders including (from bottom right clockwise): academics and researchers based in the UK; UNESCO officials, NGOs and government representatives at a State Parties session in Paris; community leaders at the Ilha de Mozambique; the Bidi Wa Kasi women’s group in Mida Creek, Kenya; ocean scientists at the Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute; lawyers from the Nairobi Law School; as well as school children in Kilwa, Tanzania (centre).