Global Challenges and the Law of the Sea 20-21 September 2018, Lisboa, Auditório Mar da Palha, Esplanada Dom Carlos I, 1990-005 Lisboa
Secretariat, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade do Porto, Susana Silva firstname.lastname@example.org; Isabel Reis email@example.com, Tel. +351 222041674/06
International Conference “Legal Paradigms Coverning the Use of Force at Sea” 20 April 2018, University of Turin, Law Department, Campus Einaudi Room A 4
In the framework of the project PASS “Peace and Security at Sea” the 2018 Spring School on the “The Use of Force at Sea” will be held in Turin (IT) at the Law Department of the University of Turin
MarSafeLaw Journal Call for Papers (Issue 4)-1 Call for papers. MarSafeLaw Journal. Issue n. 4. Deadline: 31 May 2017
The Future of the Law of the Sea Bridging Gaps Between National, Individual
and Common Interests
Editor: Gemma Andreone
ISBN: 978-3-319-51273-0 (Print) 978-3-319-51274-7 (Online)
Workshop on “Ocean Commons. Common Heritage, Marine Genetic Resources and
Biodiversity Conservation in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction“, Italy,
Rome, 13 June 2017.
The workshop intends to debate some of the key questions being raised and
discussed within the context of the ongoing preparatory committee of the
United Nations tasked with delivering a draft text containing elements for
an international legally-binding instrument under the United Nations
Conventions for the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use
of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction. One
of the key points under discussion hinges of the legal status of marine
genetic resources in both the high seas and in and on the Area, including,
importantly, a legal regime for the access and the equitable sharing of
benefits arising from their commercial utilization. Questions of
environmental protection, distributional justice and economic opportunities
intersect sometimes in conflictual ways. This workshop intends to
highlight and explore some of these questions, directly, or through
comparative and theoretical reflections. Presentations, held by experts in
the field, will both contribute to the advancement of the academic debate
and provide useful input to the ongoing negotiations.
Download here the flyer
The program will be posted soon
The fifth Marsafenet ebook Migration at sea. International law perspectives and regional approaches has been published
Final Conference “Maritime Safety and Security: Future Perspectives”
The Final Conference on “Maritime Safety and Security: Future Perspectives”. The conference, organized by Institute for International Legal Studies of the National Research Council will be held on 10-11 March 2016 in Rome at the National Research Council, P.le Aldo Moro 7, Aula Marconi.
The Final Conference aims at investigating the most relevant outcomes achieved within the four years of project, involving academics and interested stakeholders all over the world.
The event represents moreover an opportunity to share ideas and discuss emerging legal issues with academics, international organizations, consultants, practitioners and interested stakeholders, with particular reference to the to the climate change impacts on the marine environment, marine biodiversity protection and the international and national response to maritime crimes.
The conference intends finally to identify new fields of research and lay the groundwork scientific network for future collaborations in new European projects successful like MARSAFENET.
Download here the program and the Registration form. The Conference is free of charge. Please register at: firstname.lastname@example.org