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About NUI Galway
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At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context. That's why many of our courses include work placements or community projects.
Dr Easkey Britton
|Project||Start Date||End Date|
|The Nature and Environment to Attain and Restore (NEAR) Health Project||01-FEB-16||01-FEB-19|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|(2015)|| 'Waving or Drowning: An Exploration of Adaptive Strategies Amongst Fishing Households and Implications for Wellbeing Outcomes'
Coulthard, S. and Britton, E. (2015) 'Waving or Drowning: An Exploration of Adaptive Strategies Amongst Fishing Households and Implications for Wellbeing Outcomes'. Sociologica Ruralis, 55 (3):275-290 [DOI] [Details]
|(2014)|| 'Women as agents of wellbeing in Northern Ireland’s fishing households'
Easkey Britton (2014) 'Women as agents of wellbeing in Northern Ireland’s fishing households'. Maritime Studies, 11 (16):1-22 [DOI] [Details]
|(2013)|| 'Assessing the social wellbeing of Northern Ireland’s fishing society using a three-dimensional approach'
Easkey Britton, Sarah Coulthard (2013) 'Assessing the social wellbeing of Northern Ireland’s fishing society using a three-dimensional approach'. Marine Policy, 27 (2013):28-36 [DOI] [Details]
|(2015)|| 'Just add surf: The power of surfing as a medium to challenge and transform gender inequalities'
Britton, E. (2015) 'Just add surf: The power of surfing as a medium to challenge and transform gender inequalities' In: Sustainable Stoke: Transitions to Sustainability in the Surfing World. UK: University Plymouth Press. [Details]
|(2014)|| 'Ghost Boats and Human Freight: The Social Wellbeing Impacts of the Salmon Ban on Lough Foyle’s Fishing Communities'
Britton, E. (2014) 'Ghost Boats and Human Freight: The Social Wellbeing Impacts of the Salmon Ban on Lough Foyle’s Fishing Communities' In: Social Issues in Sustainable Fisheries Management. Netherlands: Springer. [DOI] [Details]
|Employer||Position||From / To|
|Memoral University of Newfoundland||Post-doctoral research fellow||01-MAR-13 / 01-MAR-14|
|2013||University of Ulster||DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY||Environment and Society|
|Wildlife Conservation Society||
Development and analysis of a rapid assessment framework and toolkit to assess gender perspectives on livelihood security in fish-dependent coastal communities.
|Title||Type||From / To|
|Other||Surf + Social Good Summit||15-MAY-15 / 18-MAY-15|
|Outreach||Be Like Water initiative||28-AUG-15 / 28-MAY-16|
|Other||Into the Sea||28-AUG-13 / 06-MAR-15|
|Outreach||Surfing Association of Papua New Guinea||21-JAN-15 / 01-FEB-16|
|Board Membership||Waves of Freedom||07-MAR-14 / 30-SEP-16|