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Maritime Order in the Indian Ocean Conference and Workshop

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Maritime Order in the Indian Ocean

Application of UNCLOS and other legal norms in the context of emerging challenges and opportunities

Deakin Law School's Centre on the Legal Profession invites you to participate in its forthcoming conference and workshop in which it will examine the Maritime Order that exists in the Indian Ocean.

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is the fundamental document of ocean governance. The conference seeks to determine ways to reinforce UNCLOS and also identify and address issues that have arisen post-UNCLOS and so currently fall outside its framework,

This event will bring together experts and representatives from academia, government, international organisations, scientific institutions, civil society and business to discuss a range of related topics, including:

  • Outlook and Potential Benefits from Economic Cooperation;

  • International Conventions related to Ocean Governance bassed on UNCLOS;

  • Security including Surface Maritime Picture;

  • Sustainable utilisation and exploitation of ocean resources.

We are currently inviting the submission of abstracts that address one or more of the above topics. Further details about abstract requirements and submission deadline may be found at our website.

The Conference and Workshop will take place on 30 Apr - 1 May, 2018.

Dates: 30 Apr - 1 May, 2018
Venue: Deakin Downtown, Level 12, 727 Collins St., Melbourne, Australia
Contact: colp@deakin.edu.au

Please visit our website for further details.

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