Webinar: Rising Sea Levels in Asia

The U.S.-Asia Law Institute (USALI) of NYU School of Law will host the 2022 Timothy A. Gelatt Dialogue on the Rule of Law in East Asia: Climate Change in Asia-Pacific, with panel 2, entitled, Rising Sea Levels in Asia, scheduled for 24 March 2022, online (Zoom). For more information see here.

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Conference: UNCLOS at 40 – An Assessment

The Centre for International Law (National University of Singapore) shall host a conference, entitled, UNCLOS at 40: An Assessment, 29-30 March 2022, online (Zoom). For more information, see here.

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IMO: Council Decisions on Situation in Black Sea & Sea of Azov

From 10-11 March 2022 the IMO Council virtually held its 35th Extraordinary Session (C/ES.35), addressing, the impacts on shipping and seafarers of the situation in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. The IMO Council made decisions on the situation, including: condemnation of “the Russian Federation’s violation of the territorial integrity and the sovereignty of a United Nations Member State, extending to its territorial waters” as inconsistent with the UN Charter and the purposes of IMO as set forth in Article 1 of the IMO Convention; deploring “attacks of the Russian Federation aimed at commercial vessels” threatening maritime safety and the marine environment; and recalling “Ukraine must be afforded, without delay, all its rights in regard to the implementation of the instruments adopted within the framework of this Organization, as a flag State, port State and coastal State”. Decisions of the IMO Council also included the encouragement of “the establishment, as a provisional and urgent measure, of a blue safe maritime corridor” and the welcoming of a series of proposals to support seafarers, directed at coastal states, port states, transit states and states of nationality.

For more information see here and here.

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Vacancy: PhD Fellow at University of Tromsø

Applications are welcome until 6 April 2022 for the position of PhD Fellow in offshore renewable energy in the Arctic and the Law of the Sea, undertaken at the Changing Arctic Research School and affiliated to the Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS), Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø, Norway).

For more information see here.

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Conference: UNCLOS at 40

The 45th Annual Conference on Oceans Law & Policy, entitled, UNCLOS at 40, will be held 16-18 March 2022, Online (Zoom). For more information see here.

This year, COLP is sponsored by Stockton Center for International Law (SCIL) at the United States Naval War College and the Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA), co-sponsored by the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia, World Maritime University (WMU)-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute (GOI) and the Korea Maritime Institute (KMI), with additional generous support from the Centre for International Law (CIL NUS), the National Center for the Sea and Maritime Law (DEHUKAM) (Turkey), and the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA).

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Panel: From Mediterranean Sea to Japan Sea – Maritime Issues

The Ankara University Research Center of the Sea and Maritime Law (DEHUKAM) will host an international panel, entitled, From Mediterranean Sea to Japan Sea: Maritime Issues: Industrialization and Marine Resources, 10 March 2022, Online (Zoom). For more information see here.

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Lecture: The Law of the Sea and Democracy

The Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (UC Berkeley School of Law) shall host the 2022 Harry & Jane Scheiber Lecture in Ocean Law & Policy, entitled, The Law of the Sea and Democracy10 March 2022, in a hybrid format (UC Berkeley Law School/Zoom).

For more information and registration see here.

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Arctic Council: 7 Members Temporarily Pause Participation

On 3 March 2022, Canada, the Kingdom of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and the United States issued a joint statement, entitled, Joint Statement on Arctic Council Cooperation Following Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, stating “our representatives will not travel to Russia for meetings of the Arctic Council. Additionally, our states are temporarily pausing participation in all meetings of the Council and its subsidiary bodies, pending consideration of the necessary modalities that can allow us to continue the Council’s important work in view of the current circumstances”.

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UK/EU/Canada: entry into port banned for Russian vessels

The United Kingdom (UK) banned Russian owned, operated, controlled, chartered, registered or flagged ships from entering UK ports. The ban entered into force on 1 March 2022 (see The Russia (Sanctions) (EU Exit) (Amendment) (No. 4) Regulations 2022 here and here). See also the UK Department of Transport‘s press release.

The European Parliament adopted on 1 March 2022 a resolution (2022/2564(RSP)) calling for ports of European Union (EU) Member-States to block Russian vessels from entering. This call specifies that the ban should include “ships whose last or next port of call is in the Russian Federation, except in the case of necessary justified humanitarian reasons”.

Canada is also preparing to ban Russian vessels from entering its ports. A press release from the Government of Canada on the matter can be found here .

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UNEP: resolution on binding legal instrument for plastic pollution adopted

The United Nations Environment Assembly of the United Nations Environment Programme adopted on 2 March 2022 a resolution deciding that “the intergovernmental negotiating committee is to develop an international legally binding instrument on plastic pollution, including in the marine environment, which could include both binding and voluntary approaches“. The resolution, entitled “End Plastic Pollution: Towards an internationally legally binding instrument”, was adopted with the conclusion of the three-day UNEA-5.2 meeting. More information is available here and here. A draft version of the resolution can be read here.

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Events: Coopération en Méditerranée et droit de la mer

The Aegean Institute of the Law of the Sea and Maritime Law is hosting an online event entitled Coopération en Méditerranée et droit de la mer. The conference will be held via Zoom on Friday 4 March 2022. More information is available here.

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Call for Abstracts: Power and the Development of International Law – Asian Perspectives

The 2022 Regional Conference of the Asian Society of International Law, hosted by the Nepalese Society of International Law-Nepal Chapter of AsianSIL, entitled, Power and the Development of International law: Asian Perspectives, will occur 29-30 July 2022, Online/Hybrid (TBC: Nepal). Abstracts are welcome until 7 April 2022 and numerous law of the sea topics are included in the non-exhaustive examples provided. For more information, see here.

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Vacancy: PhD Studentship at Leeds Beckett University

Leeds Law School (Leeds Beckett University, UK) is currently advertising for a PhD Candidate in Public International Law, in the context of Indian Ocean tuna management and with the studentship open to candidates from IOTC coastal States only. Applications are welcome until 10 March 2022. For more information see here.

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2022 United Nations – The Nippon Foundation Strategic Fellowship: 11 Fellowships

The Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations (“OLA/DOALOS”), is now accepting applications for the 2022 Session of the United Nations – The Nippon Foundation Strategic Fellowship Programme. It is intended that 11 Fellowships will be offered in 2022.

“The objective of the United Nations – The Nippon Foundation Strategic Fellowship is to assists developing States, particularly least developed countries, small island developing States and landlocked developing countries, to address identified critical needs in the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and related instruments, as well as Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14 and other related SDGs. The Fellowship is targeted at Government officials with limited background in ocean affairs and the law of the sea who are filling key positions in their Administration and who are tasked to address the needs referred to above”.

Call for Applications 2022.

Applications are welcome until 1 April 2022. For more information and to apply, see here.

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IFLOS Summer Academy 2022

The International Foundation for the Law of the Sea (IFLOS) shall host the 2022 Session of the IFLOS Summer Academy7 August – 2 September 2022, at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (Hamburg, Germany). Applications are welcome until 15 May 2022.

For more information, see here.

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EU: new legislative proposal on illegal discharges from ships under preparation

The European Commission (executive branch of the European Union) is preparing a new legislative proposal revising the Ship-Source Pollution Directive, a common framework outlining how to deal with illegal discharges from ships. This initiative aims at preventing marine pollution by ensuring that any natural or legal persons responsible for the discharge of polluting substances into EU waters are subject to adequate penalties. A public consultation is ongoing, divided into two sections: the first gathers views from citizens and the second targets experts and relevant stakeholders. The consultation is open until 3 March 2022. More information is available here.

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Events: Looking Back to the Future in the Law of the Sea

The Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL, ANU) and the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) will host a series of events, entitled, Looking Back to the Future in the Law of the Sea: UNCLOS III and the LOSC at 40, beginning 24 February 2022 with a webinar, entitled, Australian and New Zealand Perspectives on the Negotiations at UNCLOS III. For more information and an overview of all events planned in 2022 see here.

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Call for Applications: Maritime Cybersecurity Workshop

The Cyber & Innovation Policy Institute (CIPI), US Naval War College, will host the 2022 CIPI Summer Workshop, themed, Maritime Cybersecurity, 12-14 June 2022, at the US Naval War College (Newport, USA). Applications are welcome until 15 March 2022. For more information see here.

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Webinar: Successes and Failures of UNCLOS

Volterra Fietta will host a seminar series to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, with the inaugural seminar, entitled, Successes and failures of UNCLOS, to be held 1 February 2022, online. For more information and registration see here.

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Events: la proclamazione della Zona Economica Esclusiva italiana

The Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale (Italy) is hosting a seminar on the proclamation of the Italian EEZ, its current problems and future perspectives. The event is sponsored by ASSIDMER and takes place on 27 January 2022. More information here.

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2022 Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy

The 2022 session of the Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy has been scheduled for 3-22 July 2022. The deadline to submit an application is 29 April 2022. For more information, fees and application documents please see here. The Academy has a small number of extremely competitive scholarships available that are offered based on high academic merit and financial need.

Furthermore, see the Rhodes Academy Submarine Cables Writing Award sponsored by The International Cable Protection Committee the winner of which is awarded a full scholarship to the Rhodes Academy. Information on the 2022 Rhodes Academy Submarine Cables Writing Award is not yet available.

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Eritrea: Written Notice of IOTC Agreement Withdrawal

On 5 January 2022, the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) Secretariat issued IOTC Circular 2022-01, which includes a Communication (dated, 3 January 2022) from the the Government of the State of Eritrea on its intention to withdraw “its membership in the IOTC indefinitely as of the beginning of the year 2022”. Eritrea states it has “neither been an active member of the organisation nor did it honoured its financial obligations during the last 20 some years due to unfair, unfounded and unjustified sanctions imposed upon it”. Article XXI(1) of the IOTC Agreement provides that “Withdrawal shall become effective at the end of the calendar year following that in which the notice of withdrawal has been received by the Director- General” (i.e., 2023, unless the Commission makes a determination under Article IV(4)).

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The Day of Crisis Competition 2022

The Hague Academy of International Law will host the student competition, Day of Crisis, 29-30 April 2022, in the Hague (The Netherlands). Registration closes 20 January 2022. According to the Intelligence Briefing No 1 of 2021, “themes are related to activities of espionage, fisheries and other maritime activities, causes and consequences of climate change, international investment, and arbitration”. for more information see here.

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Vacancies: Lecturer at Southampton University

The University of Southampton has opened a permanent post in Southampton Law School at the level of Lecturer. Applications are welcome from candidates with an interest in any of the following areas: Insurance Law, Marine Insurance, Carriage of Goods by Sea, Enforcement of Maritime Claims, and Maritime Arbitration. The successful applicant will be expected to join the Institute of Maritime Law. Closing date for applications is 30 January 2022. More information is available here.

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Webinar: The Conundrum for International Law of Rising Sea Levels

The School of Law (University of Essex) shall host its Essex Public International Law Lecture Series (Spring Term), including, The Conundrum for International Law of Rising Sea Levels17 January 2022 (online).

For more information and registration see here.

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Jurisprudence: Vanuatu Ferry Ltd v Republic of Vanuatu 

The Supreme Court of the Republic of Vanuatu decided on 10 December 2021 on the case between Vanuatu Ferry Limited and Republic of Vanuatu (Case No. 20/1901 SC/JUDR).

This was a claim for judicial review in relation to decisions by the Director of the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) and Director of Immigration of Vanuatu to refuse entry into Vanuatu of the claimant’s vessel, the Vanuatu Cargo, a Vanuatu-flagged ship, and its crew. It was held that in the circumstances, the defendant’s refusal to permit food and water to be delivered to the vessel’s crew constituted a breach of its obligations under article 94 of UNCLOS to ensure the safety of crew members at sea and that, accordingly, it was unlawful. The defendant’s decisions also breached article 28 of the IHR.

The full judgment file is available here or here.

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Vacancies: Legal Officer at the International Seabed Authority

The International Seabed Authority (ISA) is looking for a Legal Officer (Regulatory Affairs) to lead the work on the development of regulatory instruments for deep-sea mining in the international seabed Area, including the Mining Code and associated standards and guidelines. Deadline for applications is 30 January 2022 via the UN Careers Portal (here).

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Call for Papers: International Law & Climate Change

The International Law Association British Branch Annual Spring Conference, themed, International Law and Climate Change, will be held 29 April 2022 in a hybrid format (University of Surrey/Online). The panel on the Impacts of Rising Sea Level on Migration and Statehood, or suggested topics such as emission trading schemes, could be relevant to law of the sea submissions. Abstracts are welcome until 1 February 2022. For more information see the call for papers.

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UNGA: Annual Resolutions Adopted on Law of the Sea & Sustainable Fisheries

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) adopted two resolutions on the 9 December 2021Resolution 76/72: Oceans and the law of the sea and Resolution 76/71: Sustainable fisheries, including through the 1995 Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks, and related instruments.

Argentina stressed that certain recommendations contained in Resolution 76/72 cannot be considered as applying to states not parties to the 1994 Implementing Agreement, while Turkey voted against adoption, considering Turkey’s consistent objection to the view that UNCLOS has a “universal and unified character” (131 in favour to 1 against (Turkey) with 4 abstentions (Colombia, El Salvador, Nigeria, Venezuela)). Colombia, El Savador and Venezuela also distanced themselves from the universal nature of UNCLOS as non-parties to UNCLOS. Resolution 76/71 was adopted by consensus without a vote. Discussions (2) leading up to adoption include the position of state representatives on numerous topics, with the impacts of sea-level rise, plastic pollution, the South China Sea and discharges in the Fukushima area arising on several occasions.

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Conference: Climate Change, Maritime Law & Ocean Governance

The Hong Kong Commercial and Maritime Law Centre (City University of Hong Kong) shall host a conference, entitled, Climate Change, Maritime Law and Ocean Governance: Foreseeable Conflicts and Legal Remedies, 27-28 January 2022, Online (Zoom). For more information see the programme and registration.

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Courses: IMLI Course on Law of Ports 2022

The IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) is hosting a Course on the Law of Ports. This course emphasizes the importance of the work of the IMO for the efficient management of ports and the effective implementation by States of their obligations acquired under international treaties. It addresses many aspects of port operations, as well as numerous areas covered by IMO conventions and prescriptions which are of vital importance to the Law of Ports, including security, safety, marine environment protection, and trade facilitation. Applications are open until 25 January 2022. More information is available here.

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Call for Papers: Italia e diritto del mare

The SIDI – Gruppo d’Interesse sul Diritto del Mare will host a conference, entitled, Italia e diritto del mare, 29 April 2022, at the Università di Milano-Bicocca (Milan, Italy). Abstracts are welcome until 10 February 2022. For more information see the call.

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Course: Law of the Sea & Climate Change

The Singapore Cooperation Programme shall host an online course, entitled, Law of the Sea and Climate Change, 7-11 February 2022. Nominations (mid- to senior-level government officials working in port and maritime-related roles) from eligible countries are welcome until 10 January 2022.

For more information see here.

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ITLOS: The M/T “San Padre Pio” (No. 2) Case (Switzerland/Nigeria), Order 2021/6

Concerning The M/T “San Padre Pio” (No. 2) Case (Switzerland/Nigeria), on 29 December 2021, as per the request of Switzerland to which Nigeria had no objection, the President of the Tribunal in accordance with Article 105 of the Rules of the Tribunal:

Places on record the discontinuance, by agreement of the Parties, of the proceedings initiated on 17 December 2019 by Switzerland and Nigeria; and

Orders that the case be removed from the List of cases

Order 2021/6 of 29 December 2021.

As previously reported, in May 2021 Switzerland and Nigeria concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) providing for the immediate release of the M/T “San Padre Pio” vessel and the eventual discontinuance of The M/T “San Padre Pio” (No. 2) Case (Switzerland/Nigeria) proceedings, under Paragraph 4 of the MoU, “from the moment that the M/T ‘San Padre Pio’ enters the high seas, or the territorial sea or Exclusive Economic Zone of another State”. As per the letters submitted to the Tribunal in December 2021 by the Agent of Switzerland and the Agent of Nigeria, respectively, on 10 December 2021, the M/T San Padre Pio was released, departed the maritime zones of Nigeria and entered the exclusive economic zone of Bénin (Order 2021/6 paras 11-14). Finally, Paragraphs 5-6 of the MoU are quoted as providing that:

For the sake of clarity, upon the discontinuance of these proceedings, the Provisional Measures Order dated 6th July, 2019, made in: The M/T ‘San Padre Pio’ case (Switzerland/Nigeria) (Case No. 27) will cease to have effect

This agreement constitutes a full and final settlement of the matter relating to the MIT ‘San Padre Pio’ between the Parties

Order 2021/6 para 15

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Vacancies: postdoctoral research fellow at Dalhousie University

The Marine Affairs Program at Dalhousie University, in partnership with the Nippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Center at the University of Washington, are hiring a Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PDRF) for a project aiming to evaluate economic security outcomes of public social safety measures in coastal and fishing communities and explore what policy solutions would best support marginalized and under-served populations of the seafood sector. Deadline for applications is 31 January 2022. More information here.

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Webinar: UNCLOS Dispute Settlement System & ITLOS

The CIL Singapore Academy of International Law (CIL eAcademy) 2021 shall host a guest lecture, entitled, UNCLOS Dispute Settlement System & the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), 8 December 2021, Online (Facebook). To watch, see here at 16:00 SGT.

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Vacancies: assistant professor at the University of Rhode Island

The Department of Marine Affairs in the College of Environment and Life Sciences at the University of Rhode Island is seeking an Assistant Professor of Marine Affairs with expertise in Marine and Coastal Law. Full consideration will be given to applications received by 1 February 2022. More information is available here.

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Symposium: The Rights and Obligations of States in Disputed Maritime Areas

To mark the publication of Youri van Logchem, The Rights and Obligations of States in Disputed Maritime Areas (Cambridge University Press 2021), the Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law and Cambridge University Press shall host a Virtual Book Symposium, 12 January 2022, online. For more information see here.

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Vacancy: Regional Legal Advisor at International Committee of the Red Cross

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is currently advertising for a Regional Legal Advisor on Maritime Issues, focusing on the Asia Pacific region and to be based in Bangkok (Thailand). Applications are welcome until 9 January 2022. For more information see here.

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Call for Papers: Exploring Various Legal Methods for Sustainable Development

The Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law will host its 13th Annual Conference, themed, Exploring Various Legal Methods for Sustainable Development: Theoretical and Practical Contributions from Asia, 9 July 2022, in a hybrid format at Yokohama National University (Yokohama, Japan). Paper proposals, including on the law of the sea, are welcome until 28 February 2022. For more information see here.

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Vacancies: research fellow at UNSW

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is hiring a Research Fellow to contribute towards the research project of SHARP Professor Natalie Klein of the UNSW Law & Justice Faculty (School of Public and Global Law). The research project will be focused on the law of the sea, maritime security, state responsibility and international dispute settlement. The Research Fellow will provide high level research and administrative support, as well as undertake independent research and writing on a specific project on maritime security and international law. More information is available here.

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Vacancy: Legal Consultant for the International Seabed Authority

The International Seabed Authority (ISA) is seeking a Legal Consultant (January 2022-July 2023) to “identify, prepare, review and revise the phase two standards and guidelines for activities in the international seabed area (the Area) and provide advice for the finalization of the Draft Regulations on Exploitation of Mineral Resources in the Area”. Proposals are welcome until 4 December 2021. For more information see here and here.

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Conference: Beyond the Crisis – Challenges and Opportunities for Law and Development

The Faculty of Law at Nelson Mandela University will host the 5th Law and Development Research Network Conference, entitled, Beyond the Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities for Law and Development, 24 – 26 November 2021, Online. Numerous panels are organised under the sub-theme, the law of the sea and development. For more information see here and the programme.

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Kiribati: fisheries closure of Phoenix Islands Protected Area uplifted

The Government of Kiribati decided to lift the closure and apply a Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) to sustainably use marine resources in the Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA). The Phoenix Islands Protected Area was first established in 2006. The closure of PIPA to commercial fishing activities or as a no take zone was realised in 2015. More information on the PIPA can be found in a dedicated UNESCO World Heritage Centre page. The press release from the Ministry of Fisheries & Marine Development of Kiribati can be read below:

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Webinar: The Ocean and Small Island Developing States

The Institute of International and European Affairs shall host a webinar in its 2021 Development Matters lecture series, entitled, The Ocean and Small Island Developing States, 16 November 2021, online (Zoom). For more information see here.

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Vacancies: ICJ Judicial Fellowship Programme 2022-2023

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is currently seeking applications for the 2022-2023 Judicial Fellowship Programme of the International Court of Justice. Normally up to 15 applicants are accepted per year for the full-time (10 month) Judicial Fellow positions. Submissions are welcome until 13 February 2022, but only from nominating universities and not individuals. For more information see here. To see the cases currently pending before the ICJ, including numerous law of the sea cases, see here.

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Vacancies: Policy Officer, Coastal and Maritime Economy

French think tank Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales (IDDRI) is hiring a policy officer on coastal and maritime economy. The selected candidate is expected to support IDDRI’s “ocean team” in the implementation of ongoing projects, especially on high seas and regional ocean governance. Applications should be sent by 26 November 2021. More details can be found here.

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Conference: The Straits of Malacca

The Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA) will organise the 10th MIMA International Conference on the Straits of Malacca 2021, entitled, Straits of Malacca: Safety, Security, Economy, Environmental Protection & Global Interruption in Maritime Trade, 25 November 2021, in a hybrid format (Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur/Online). For more information see here.

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Conference: V Congresso do Instituto Brasileiro de Direito do Mar

The Brazilian Institute of Law of the Sea (BILOS) shall host its V Congress of the Brazilian Institute of Law of the Sea on the 11-12 November 2021, online. For more information see the programme and here.

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Book Launch: The Research Handbook on Ocean Acidification Law and Policy

The Permanent Mission of Turkey to the United Nations, together with the Marine & Environmental Law Institute of Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, Centre for International Law at the National University of Singapore, and the University of Sydney, shall host a panel discussion, themed, Climate Change and the Ocean at COP 26/CMA 3, 8 November 2021, online (Zoom), to celebrate the launch of The Research Handbook on Ocean Acidification Law and Policy (Edward Elgar, 2021). For more information see here.

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