Dr Laely Nurhidayah

This research project will examine ocean governance towards marine biodiversity conservation and sustainable use in Australia and Indonesia.

Economy: Indonesia

Partnering Australian Institution: The University of Wollongong

Project Title: Marine Biodiversity Laws: A Comparative Study between Indonesia and Australia

Project Outline:

The proposal research project will examine the ocean governance towards marine biodiversity conservation and sustainable use in Australia and Indonesia. In particular it will examine the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in relation to marine and coastal biodiversity conservation and sustainable use in both countries as part in improving global ocean governance framework.

Reasons for applying for fellowship:

"This fellowship will provide me with the opportunity to enhance research network, research collaboration and publication opportunities in the future with Australian Scholars. This fellowship will also provide an opportunity to work and publish more academic papers in international journals and to enhance research reputation".

Past Achievements:

Laely has a PhD in Law from Macquarie University in Australia, a Master of Laws (Advanced) from the University of Queensland, Australia and a Bachelors Degree in Law (Sarjana Hukum) from Jenderal Soedirman University in Indonesia. She has been published widely in books, journals and working papers and has attended and presented papers at more than a dozen international conferences. Her research interests include Indonesian environmental law, urban environment governance, international environmental law, marine affairs and the law of the sea, marine and coastal resource management.

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