Ocean and Freedom

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    This week on World Ocean Radio we share the final episode of the five-part Slavery: Heritage and Identity series. In this broadcast we look at the ways we as global citizens can promote and connect with the ocean community to advance understanding of the African experience as part of our shared maritime history. We highlight two examples of projects in Africa promoting connection and ocean literacy.

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View of Table Mountain. Cape Town, South Africa. Unsplash

Resources from this episode

 -  A Schoolteacher's Guide to Marine Environmental Education in the Eastern African Region | Tanzania

 -  The Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE)  | Nigeria

 -  World Ocean Explorer: a game of exploration and discovery