Webinar on: Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea – the most severe security threat to shipping from 15.00-16.00 PM
Piracy, armed robbery and other forms of maritime criminal activity continue to constitute a serious challenge to the global shipping industry as well as to stability and development in countries affected by these illegal activities. Especially the Gulf of Guinea is considered to be the most dangerous maritime region for the seafarers and shipping companies to navigate through.
The aim of the webinar is to present an overview of the current security challenges, focusing on piracy activities, in the Gulf of Guinea and point at some potential solutions to address these challenges.
Programme 15.00 – 16.00 pm
Welcome and introduction, Guy Platten, ICS Secretary General
Danger zone or not? Realistic threat assessments for operations in the Gulf of Guinea, Hans Tino Hansen, CEO Risk Intelligence
EU’s role to play in enhancing maritime security and economic development in West Africa, Birgitte Markussen, Ambassador/Head of Delegation of the European Union to the African Union
Denmark’s comprehensive engagement in the Gulf of Guinea, Jesper Møller Sørensen, State Secretary for Foreign Policy, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Maritime Governance, Dr. Kamal-Deen Ali, Naval Captain (Rtd.), Executive Director, Centre For Maritime Law and Security Africa (CEMLAWS)
Panel discussion and Q&A
Moderated by Guy Platten, ICS Secretary General
Guy Platten, ICS Secretary General
View and download the full programme for this webinare here: DDMD programme_Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea
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