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ISSN 2464-9724

Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal – MarSafeLaw Journal – ISSN 2464-9724

The Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal is an open access and peer reviewed publication. The issues and the individual articles can be downloaded here: 




CRiL Seminar on ‘Acts of Protest at Sea: The Implications of the “Arctic Sunrise” Arbitration’, at the University of Bedfordshire (UK), on Wednesday 13th April at 14:00

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Seminar on “Governance of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction at international and European Level” Pisa, 23 March 2016

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The purpose of this questionnaire has been to collect anonymous stakeholders’ views related to legal achievements and criticalities in the field of maritime safety and security. It was composed of several multi-choice questions ranging from marine environmental protection to international maritime security matters. This activity has been carried out under the scientific direction of Dr. Claudia Cinelli.
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Short Term Scientific Missions. Application deadline: 28 February 2016

Workshop Law, Fragile Ecosystems, Indigenous Peoples, and Natural Resources IUE, Italy Florence, Date: 7-8 March 2016

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The “Open Sea Summer School” on Migration, Sea Border Control and Human Rights, to be held on 6-13 June 2016 in Naples (Italy), aims to build up a variegate and successful class, including candidates from the academic and professional world (information and registration form available at:


Maritime boundaries in contemporary international law Baeza, Spain, 3-4 december 2015. International University of Andalucia – Download here the program



International Conference “Governance of the Adriatic and Ionian Marine Space” 12-13 November, Macerata (Italy) – Download here the Program

The Faculty of Law, University Goce Delcev – Stip, within the activities of the COST Action IS1105 MARSAFENT, is organizing an international conference on the 6th October 2015, at 09.00 a.m. in Ohrid (Macedonia).
Legal experts from IOs (as FRONTEX – EU Agency) and from several European universities will discuss about the international law perspectives and regional approaches to the phenomenon of ‘migration at sea’, with a special focus on the ongoing migration crisis in the Mediterranean region. The program and further information can be found here and at
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