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Environmental sustainability, marine economies and gendered socio-economic inequalities (ENMARINE)

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The project "Environmental Sustainability, Marine Economies and Gendered Socio-Economic Inequalities (ENMARINE): A Norway-Brazil Partnership in Research and Teaching" is an interdisciplinary strategic partnership in teaching and research development, thematically focused on the intersections between environmental sustainability, marine economics, and gendered socio-economic inequalities. The project is based on a collaboration between the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen (UiB), and the Department of Oceanography and the Department of Education at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG) in Brazil.

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Norwegian-Brazilian partnerships in teaching and research development

How can we better understand the gendered dimensions of marine economies and environmental sustainability? I invited Senior Lecturer and project leader Iselin Åsedotter Strønen for a coffee and a conversation to elucidate the core focus of her new teaching- and research development project, ENMARINE.

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About the ENMARINE project

Below you will find a brief project description for the ENMARINE project.

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ENMARINE researchers

The following is a list of affiliated researchers to the ENMARINE project