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2/1/14IMO Assembly Resolution A. 1069(28) - Prevention and Suppression of Piracy, Armed Robbery against Ships and Illicit Maritime Activity in the Gulf of GuineaThis resolution concerns the functions of the IMO Assembly in relation to regulations and guidelines concerning maritime safety in the Gulf of Guinea.  View publication International Maritime OrganizationIMO Assembly Resolution
8/1/12Without a Trace II: An Updated Summary of Traceability Efforts in the Seafood IndustryThis FishWise white paper aims to: 1) serve as a guide for seafood businesses seeking to improve the traceability of their supply chain and 2) improve the knowledge base and coordination of NGOs and other groups working on seafood traceability. It provides an overview of traceability in general, and includes more than seventy traceability case studies. View publication Mariah BoylePaper
10/1/15The declining impact of piracy on maritime transport in the Indian Ocean: Statistical analysis of 5-year vessel tracking dataThe analysis of the declining impact of piracy on maritime routes and vessel behaviours in the Indian Ocean is here performed using Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) reports. A 5-year archive of vessel position data covering the period characterized by the highest number of attacks and the subsequent decline provides a unique source for data-driven statistical analysis that highlights changes in routing and sailing speeds.    View publication Michele Vespe, Harm Greidanus, Marlene Alvarez AlvarezPaper
11/4/16UN Secretary-General Report on Piracy and Robbery in SomaliaReport of the Secretary-General on the situation with respect to piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia In October 2016, the UN Secretary-General released a report detailing developments related to piracy and armed robbery in the Western Indian Ocean off the coast of Somalia.  While the report praises the progress against piracy in the region, it also notes the fragile and reversible nature of these successes. As the report explains, the root causes initially responsible for piracy, to include the presence of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, as well as the lack of economic opportunities in Somalia, remain in place. View Report UN Security CouncilPaper
1/1/11Pirates and Impunity: Is the Threat of Asylum a Reason to Allow Pirates to Escape Justice?This paper by Yvonne Dutton analyzes the argument that some Western nations did not prosecute suspects of Somali piracy due to fears that these individuals might seek asylum. Through an examination of international refugee law and international human rights law, Dr. Dutton concludes that there is little reason to believe that Western states would be required to grant refugee status to convicted pirates.  View publication Yvonne DuttonPaper
10/1/15Danish Maritime Days 2015 Presentation: Regional Maritime Security Challenges and Opportunities for Governments and Industry - Southeast Asian CaseA presentation by Eric Frécon (Ecole Navale – Asia Centre) on the Maritime Security situation in Southeast Asia, given at a conference in Copenhagen in October 2015 Eric FréconPresentation
10/1/15Danish Maritime Days 2015 Presentation: South East Asia Piracy: Who, Where, How?A presentation containing the outcomes of sessions discussing maritime security in Southeast Asia during a conference in Copenhagen in October 2015 Oceans Beyond Piracy, Danish Shipowners' Association, Risk IntelligencePresentation
10/1/15Danish Maritime Days 2015 Presentation:- West Africa Maritime Security UpdateA presentation by Dirk Steffen (Risk Intelligence) on the Maritime Security situation in West Africa given at a conference in Copenhagen in October 2015. Risk IntelligencePresentation
10/1/15Danish Maritime Days 2015 Presentation: West AfricaA presentation containing the outcomes of sessions discussing maritime security in West Africa during a conference in Copenhagen in October 2015 Oceans Beyond Piracy, Danish Shipowners' Association, Risk IntelligencePresentation
10/1/15Danish Maritime Days 2015 Presentation: Strategy for the Danish engagement against piracy and armed robbery at sea 2015-2018A presentation by Ms. Birgit S. Olsen (Danish Maritime Authority) on the Danish counter-piracy strategy given at a conference in Copenhagen in October 2015. Danish Maritime AuthorityPresentation

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