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Mana Elise Hera Tugend


Job description

Mana is a researcher at the Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS) focusing on the Rights of Nature in the Arctic Ocean.

Mana holds a LL.M. degree in Polar Law from the University of Akureyri, Iceland. She has completed the fifth Korea Arctic Academy in Busan in 2019. Prior to starting her PhD, Mana was assistant scientific secretary at the North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission in Tromsø, and editing assistant for the forthcoming book edited by Vito De Lucia, Alex Oude Elferink and Lan Ngoc Nguyen, International Law and Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction.


  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    Rethinking Environmental Protection: A Critical Analysis of the Rights of Nature
    2023
  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend, Ingrid Solstad Andreassen, Bastiaan (Bas) Klerk, Nikolaos Gkikas, Konstantinos Deligiannis Virvos :
    Introduction to the Outcomes of the 2022 NCLOS Conference on Ocean Space
    NCLOS Blog 2023
  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    Beyond State-Centrism in Polar Law: Exploring the Dichotomy of Care versus Rights
    2023
  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    Reimagining Ocean Stewardship: Integrating Care in the Rights of Nature Paradigm
    2023
  • Nikolaos Gkikas, Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    Black Letter Stains
    2023
  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    The Rights of Nature and the Arctic Ocean
    2022
  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    The Arctic Ocean as a rights-holder?
    2022
  • Mana Elise Hera Tugend :
    Introduction to the Rights of Nature
    2022

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    Research interests

    Mana's research interests concern international environmental law, Rights of Nature, and Arctic issues.


    Member of research group


    CV

    EMPLOYEMENT

    9/2021 – Present: PhD Research Fellow, Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS), Tromsø, Norway

    9/2020 – Present: Co-founder of the Arctic Youth Network Oceans Group

    8/2020 – 9/2021: Research and Editing Assistant, NCLOS, Tromsø, Norway

    2/2021 – 4/2021: Assistant Scientific Secretary, North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission (NAMMCO), Tromsø, Norway

    4/2020 – 1/2021: Intern, NAMMCO, Tromsø, Norway

    2/2020 – 6/2020: Editing Assistant for the Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Peoples in the Arctic

    EDUCATION

    2016 – 2019: LL.M. in Polar Law, University of Akureyri, Iceland
    Master’s thesis: The Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Establishment of Marine Protected Areas in the Traditional Inuit Territory, under the supervision of Dr. Dorothée Cambou.

    1 – 6/2017: West Nordic Studies Exchange Semester, Nord University, Bodø, Norway

    2015 – 2016: Master 1 in European and International Law, University of Strasbourg, France

    2012 – 2015: Double Bachelor in French and German Law, University of Saarbrücken, Germany, and University of Metz, France