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- Fellow Membership | GoGMI
Fellow Membership GoGMI awards Fellowship only to exceptional individuals at the forefront of ocean governance, maritime safety and security, or related disciplines and have demonstrated significant achievements relevant to GoGMI over the last 10 years. Applicants must show evidence of their specific personal contributions, achievements and the associated impact in two and no more than three of the eight criteria described below. To apply, complete the application form here using no more than 1000 words in total. Where appropriate include URL links for significant additional evidence. URL links should only be used to validate key evidence provided. If you cannot provide publicly available information due to security or other sensitivity, then it must be confirmed by your supporters. Criteria: Creativity Describe the key findings of your independent contributions to original research, including the associated outcomes and impact that have resulted in national and /or international recognition. Include a selection of the following examples that cover the full 5-year period. Enterprise Summarize your personal creation and development of successful business (es) or significant business unit(s) in areas relevant to the IET, including details of products and services developed and delivered. Insight and experience Show your roles as a consultant, business manager, technical specialist / subject area expert / functional head in fields related to engineering and technology. Leadership Describe your senior role(s) that set, directs or significantly influences an organization’s vision, strategic and operational aims. Please include an organizational chart that shows your title and position within your organization both upwards and downwards, including the number of professional engineers and other professional people that report directly and indirectly to you. Demonstrate how you have shown leadership. Repute Provide evidence of public recognition of standing at national and/or international level Responsibility Summarize your operational responsibility for significant programmes, activities, risks and resources within an organization (commercial, industrial, government, military or academic). Include an organizational chart that shows your title and your position within your organization both upwards and downwards, including the number of people that report directly and indirectly to you. Service Describe the impact of your outstanding service as an exceptional individual on committees or other relevant organizations in ocean governance and maritime safety and security disciplines such as non-government and government committees, not-for-profit organizations etc. Influence and contribution Indicate any other activities that demonstrate the expectations for GoGMI Fellow not covered by the criteria above. There must be evidence of personal impact but there is no other constraint on the type of activity that might be considered under this criterion. It could include any of the following: – Any activity that fulfils the wider goals and aims of GoGMI and is of a standard commensurate with the other Fellowship criteria. Our mission: To provide an intellectual base to governments, organizations, corporate bodies and individuals whose activities impinge upon the maritime domain of the GoG Region to ensure a sustainable use of the sea. As a Fellow you’ll benefit from: Certificate of fellowship from the institute The opportunity to lend your voice to the Institute’s forum, and contribute to our indigenous research activities and programs. Our exclusive Fellows LinkedIn group for global networking Exclusive invitations to our International Maritime Security Working Group forum series as well as a significant discount on registration for our professional conferences. APPLY TODAY! Title/First Name(s) Last Name Email Phone Next
- Media | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Greater Accra Region
goGmi BLUE CAREER AND BUSINESS EXPO 2021 goGmi 세계 해양의 날 행사 2021 2021년 국제해상방위전시회의 취임 gog-mcf/shade 런칭 이벤트 2021 2021년 7월 14일부터 16일까지 가나에서 국가 통합 해양 전략(nims) 워크숍
- Maritime Research | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra
기니만 해양연구소에 오신 것을 환영합니다 - GoGMI GoGMI는 가나에 설립된 비영리 단체입니다. 해양 전략 사상가, 실무자 및 동맹국이 기니 만에 영향을 미치는 전략적 해양 문제에 대해 상호 작용하고 아이디어를 공유하며 연구를 수행할 수 있는 '싱크 탱크'를 구성합니다. 연구소의 핵심 사업은 가나와 기니만 해양 우주의 안전, 보안 및 환경 분야에서 전략적 해양 연구, 컨설팅 및 옹호입니다. GoGMI의 주요 목표는 인정된 연구를 생산하고 토착적인 관점에서 솔루션을 제공함으로써 지역의 의견과 이해가 제대로 반영되지 않는 이 지역의 해양 연구의 현재 불균형을 해결하는 것입니다. INTERNATIONAL DEFENCE EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE Strengthening International Collaboration to Combat Terrorism and Transnational Organised Crimes Explore GoG 지역의 최신 뉴스 소식 미 항공모함 사령관, 남중국해 항해의 자유 주장 남중국해에 배치된 미국 항공모함 사령관은 RFA에 "모든 국가가 국제 해역에서 항해할 수 있는 자유"를 보장하는 것을 목표로 하고 있다고 밝혔습니다. ... 더 읽어보기 소식 Bolloré Logistics, 중국에서 서아프리카까지 6척의 자가 리프팅 바지선을 성공적으로 운송 Bolloré Logistics는 부유식 크레인을 사용하여 값비싼 수직 리프팅을 방지하기 위해 SPMT(자체 추진 모듈식 트레일러) 유압 시스템을 사용하여 바지선을 수평으로 이동하기로 결정했습니다. 잭업 바지선은 1.8m 높이의 코끼리 다리에 놓였습니다. 팀은 FIPE 부두에서 바지선으로 이동하기 위해 이 무거운 리프트를 1.8미터에서 1미터로 낮추어야 했습니다. 더 읽어보기 소식 혁신적인 부유식 풍력 터빈 재단 설치 - TetraSparon Global Maritime Distress and Safety Services 해양 선박 운영자 및 설치 서비스 회사인 Bourbon Subsea Services는 최근 3.6MW의 설치를 완료했습니다. 노르웨이의 테스트 사이트에서 TetraSpar 수상 풍력 터빈 프로토타입. 더 읽어보기 최신 해양 뉴스 News Tunisia Intercepts Nearly 100 Europe-bound Migrants Sea crossing attempts tend to increase during spring and summer. Tunisia’s National Guard said it had prevented five maritime crossings and rescued 80 people, mostly Tunisians and including 35 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa. It said “preventive operations” were also carried out near Menzel Temime in the north, Mahdia and Kerkennah on the central coast and Zarzis in the south, leading to 11 arrests. Read More News Indo-Pacific SEACAT Maritime Exercise 2022 Launches in Singapore The U.S. Navy's Seventh Commander, Vice Admiral Karl Thomas, opened the event by stating, "SEACAT is about learning how to share information effectively between like-minded partners. Our respective governments have all independently decided that it is also within our national interests to uphold the international norms that govern the maritime domain, which is applied without prejudice for the benefit of every nation." Read More News ONE launches Marine Safety and Quality Campaign 2022 Campaign theme “Safety Consciousness – A step ahead” As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect global shipping operations over the long term, Ocean Network Express continues to face difficulties in conducting ONE’s Vessel Quality Standard (ONE-VQS) physical inspections on board operated vessels all around the world. As such, over the past two years, self-inspection campaigns have comprised thorough checks by crew to mitigate risk of accidents in identified critical areas, supplementing the ONE-VQS. Read More Visit page>>> INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SECURITY WORKING GROUP IMSWG, housed by the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute, constitutes a working group of maritime experts and practitioners that spans across industries, academia, national, regional & international institutions Subscribe to get exclusive updates Email Join Our Mailing List Thanks for subscribing!
- Gogmi Blue Business Directory | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra
Welcome to the beta version of the GoGMI Blue Business Directory, a list of maritime organizations with interest in doing impactful work in Ghana's maritime space. Our goal is to help users build connections, collaborations, and careers. Contact us now or fill this form to have your business featured on the GoGMI Blue Business Directory at email@example.com ORGANISATION BIO MASSER Afrique is a Ghanaian based company formed by an alliance of knowledgeable maritime professionals with diverse skills committed to supporting the maritime industry by providing valuable and cost effective maritime related support services. Our mission is to empower industrial stakeholders through a wide range of experiences to impel and administer solutions to the varying needs and challenges of the maritime industry. We will achieve this through: •A Maritime Entrepreneurship Business School •Teens in Maritime Academy Project (NGO) •Masser Afrique Entrepreneurship Accelerator CONTACT INFORMATION/ADDRESS Address: P.O. Box SK 116, Sakumono. Location: 47 Nungua Link Road, Baatsonaa. Spintex Road. Contact: +233265769031 Address: P.O. Box SK 116, Sakumono. Location: 47 Nungua Link Road, Baatsonaa. Spintex Road. Contact: +233265769031 CONTACT INFORMATION/ADDRESS Visit Webpage WHAT THE ORGANISATION IS OFFERING Training and Consultancy Research and Development Business Development Internship Placements ORGANISATION BIO Maritimedigestgh.com is an information site that educates the public about the maritime industry and what the industry has to offer young people in its form. The information we provide is reliable since our team is abreast with the information in the industry. The credibility of the information we provide is our hallmark. Maritime Digest Ghana is on a mission to provide our audience with knowledge and understanding of the maritime industry and the blue economy space as related to shaping the social, political, and cultural life of its environment. CONTACT INFORMATION/ADDRESS Location: GS-0314-1715, New Aplaku, Accra Contact: +233541086637 Address: P.O. Box SK 116, Sakumono. Location: 47 Nungua Link Road, Baatsonaa. Spintex Road. Contact: +233265769031 CONTACT INFORMATION/ADDRESS Visit Webpage WHAT THE ORGANISATION IS OFFERING Publications Events News Reporting Media Productions ORGANISATION BIO Africa Risk Compliance Limited is a company based in UK which provides maritime security, operational support and management to international shipping companies operating in the Gulf of Guinea CONTACT INFORMATION/ADDRESS Address: Africa Risk Compliance Limited, Unit 7, The Courtyard Location: Woodbury Business Park, Devon, EX5 1AY, United Kingdom Contact: +44 (0) 203 151 1700 Address: P.O. Box SK 116, Sakumono. Location: 47 Nungua Link Road, Baatsonaa. Spintex Road. Contact: +233265769031 CONTACT INFORMATION/ADDRESS Visit Webpage
- About | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute
GoGMI 소개 GoG(기니 만) 지역은 코트디부아르에서 앙골라에 이르는 연안 국가 사이에 둘러싸인 해역으로 정의됩니다. 걸프 국가에는 코트디부아르 가나, 토고, 베냉, 나이지리아, 카메룬, 적도 기니, 콩고, 콩고 민주 공화국, 가봉 및 앙골라가 있습니다. 이 지역은 원유와 수산 자원이 풍부하며 세계 강대국에게 점점 더 매력적으로 다가오고 있습니다. 이 지역은 시간이 지나면 원유 생산량이 페르시아만과 같거나 이를 능가할 것으로 평가됩니다. 또한 매우 불안정한 지역입니다. 이 지역의 자원을 통제하기 위한 주요 강대국 간의 경쟁은 냉전 스타일의 대리 전쟁과 지역에서 더 많은 불안으로 이어질 수 있습니다. 최근 미국의 Exxon Mobil과 Ghana National Petroleum Corporation(GNPC)을 통한 CNOOC(China National Offshore Oil Company) 간의 치열한 경쟁이 가나 Jubilee 유전에서 Cosmos Energy의 주식을 매입하기 위해 이러한 대리 충돌 가능성을 보여줍니다. GoG 지역의 정부는 이러한 상황에서 건전한 결정을 내리기 위해 경제적, 정치적 역동성 외에도 전략적 해양 안보 분석을 기반으로 하는 필수 정보가 필요합니다. 그러한 정보가 외부 출처가 아닌 토착 출처에서 나온 것이 중요합니다. 현재 GoG에는 전략적 해양 연구, 옹호 및 컨설팅을 전담하는 활동적인 토착 연구소가 없습니다. 지역 외부 기관의 정보 및 평가에 대한 지속적인 의존은 지역 국가의 이익에 좋지 않습니다. 이러한 정보 및 평가는 대부분 출처 국가 및 기관의 이익을 기반으로 합니다. 기니만 해양 연구소(GoGMI)는 그 공백을 메우기 위해 설계되었습니다. 가나에 설립된 비영리 연구 기관입니다. 해양 전략 사상가, 실무자 및 동맹국이 상호 작용하고 아이디어를 공유하며 기니만(GoG) 지역에 영향을 미치는 전략적 해양 문제에 대한 연구를 공유할 수 있는 '싱크 탱크'를 구성합니다. 연구소의 핵심 사업은 가나와 기니만 해양 우주의 안전, 보안 및 환경 분야에서 전략적 해양 연구, 컨설팅 및 옹호입니다. GoGMI의 주요 목표는 인정된 연구를 생산하고 토착적인 관점에서 솔루션을 제공함으로써 지역의 의견과 이해가 제대로 반영되지 않는 이 지역의 해양 연구의 현재 불균형을 해결하는 것입니다. 전망 우리의 비전은 GoG 지역의 전략적 해양 문제에서 선도적인 연구 및 옹호 기관이 되는 것입니다. 사명 선언문 GoGMI의 사명은 바다의 지속 가능한 사용을 보장하기 위해 GoG 지역의 해양 영역에 영향을 미치는 정부, 조직, 단체 및 개인에게 지적 기반을 제공하는 것입니다. 우리는 지역의 해양 환경에 영향을 미치는 정책과 활동에 영향을 미치기 위해 지역에 영향을 미치는 전략적 해양 문제에 대한 연구와 옹호를 통해 이를 수행할 것입니다. 우리는 사업을 수행할 때 독립성, 정확성 및 공정성의 가치를 지지합니다. 비즈니스 모델 GoGMI의 원동력은 전략적 해양 연구, 교육, 미디어 및 컨설팅 서비스의 우수성 달성입니다. GoGMI는 전통적인 장벽을 극복하기 위해 다양한 매체를 사용하여 모두에게 지식을 제공하는 것을 목표로 하는 선구적인 학제 간 조직입니다. 비영리 연구 기관인 GoGMI의 비즈니스 모델은 연구 및 교육 솔루션을 생산하는 데 필요한 수익을 창출하기 위해 가상 커뮤니티에 의존한다는 점에서 독특합니다. 이 모델은 연구소의 독립성과 GoG 지역의 요구에 대응할 수 있는 능력을 보장하는 자체 영속적인 주기입니다. 연구소 내 공헌자와 전문가 네트워크의 콘텐츠를 만든 다음 정기 간행물, 책, 세미나, 회의 및 인터넷을 포함한 다양한 채널을 통해 배포하고 해양 영역 연구에 관심이 있는 사람들의 커뮤니티에 제공합니다. 지역의.
- Meet the Team | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute
관리 로렌스 도글리 행정 지원 앨버타 사고에 전무이사 미리암 오세이 아예만 이벤트 및 커뮤니케이션 이사 로렌스 도글리 행정 지원 앨버타 사고에 전무이사 로렌스 도글리 행정 지원 로렌스 도글리 행정 지원 앨버타 사고에 전무이사 VOLUNTEERS 앨버타 사고에 전무이사 미리암 오세이 아예만 이벤트 및 커뮤니케이션 이사 미리암 오세이 아예만 이벤트 및 커뮤니케이션 이사 미리암 오세이 아예만 이벤트 및 커뮤니케이션 이사 미리암 오세이 아예만 이벤트 및 커뮤니케이션 이사
- Idec Africa | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra
INTERNATIONAL DEFENCE EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE Strengthening International Collaboration to Combat Terrorism and Transnational Organised Crimes ABOUT IDEC The inaugural International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEC) hosted by Ghana’s Armed Forces in Accra will build upon the endeavours of Africa’s Armed Forces to enhance combined capabilities to counter the continent’s leading security challenges. This unprecedented event will showcase the importance of integrating strategies and solutions across land, sea and air to solve challenges such as extremism, cross-border crime and maritime security in this region. The overarching objective is to improve regional development and security by promoting civil/ defence partnership, both regionally and internationally. Through a series of unique platforms, the two-day event aims to assemble Africa’s Defence Chiefs of Staff and senior officers and executives from and security agencies and global partners and advanced solution providers to improve combined combat operations and regional development initiatives. The Chiefs of Ghana Armed Forces look forward to welcoming you to Accra, Ghana VICE ADMIRAL SETH AMOANA CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE STAFF MAJ GEN THOMAS OPPONG-PEPRAH CHIEF OF THE ARMY STAFF REAR ADMIRAL ISSAH ADAM YAKUBU CHIEF OF THE NAVAL STAFF, GHANA NAVY AVM FRANK HANSON CHIEF OF THE AIR STAFF, GHANA AIR FORCE SUMMARY OF EVENTS AT IDEC VIP Welcome Dinner Opening Ceremony International Conference International Exhibition Cocktail Reception One to One Meetings EVENT IN NUMBERS 8+ Chiefs of Defence Staff 8+ Ministers and Secretaries of Defence 6+ Chiefs of Army 6+ Chiefs of Navy 6+ Chiefs of Air Force 40+ VIP Speakers 500+ High Profile Attendees 60+ Sponsors and Exhibitors 40+ Countries Represented 20,000,000+ Marketing Impressions 20+ Media Partners REASONS TO EXHIBIT & SPONSOR 01 LOCAL PARTNERS Meet and shortlist the best business partner that can represent your organisation in the region 03 THOUGHT LEADERSHIP PRESENTATIONS Establish pre-eminence amongst your peers 05 MARKET TRENDS & OPPORTUNITIES Keep up to date with market trends and identify new business opportunities. 07 USE CASE PRESENTATIONS Demonstrate how you have successfully helped otherdefence and security agencies through your solutions 02 NETWORKING & SOCIAL Use the exhibition floor to demonstrate your latest products and technologies 04 BRAND AWARENESS Multiple opportunities to increase your brand visibility, before during and after the event 06 LEAD GENERATION Increase new business opportunities from highly targeted audience Visit www.idecafrica.com to register now!
- International Maritime Security Working group | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute
국제해사보안실무그룹 IMSWG IMSWG는 Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute에 소속되어 있으며 해양 전문가 및 실무자로 구성된 실무 그룹을 구성합니다. 이는 산업, 학계, 국가, 지역 및 국제 기관 및 조직 전반에 걸쳐 있습니다. 이것은 해양 문제에 대한 아이디어를 공유하기 위한 네트워크 구축을 목표로 하는 기니만 국제 해양 이해 관계자를 위한 플랫폼입니다. Download Full Report Registration Link: https://forms.gle/euQZJvbLjfk9m2Ni7 IMSWG 보고서 무료로 다운로드 가나의 푸른 경제 개발: 전망 및 과제 첫 회의 보고서 이 보고서는 다양한 정부 기관의 대표자들의 공동 노력의 산물입니다. 기니만을 중심으로 한 해양산업 관계자 및 기관 전문가 및 이해관계자 Kofi 국제 평화 유지 센터의 지원으로 해양 연구소(GoGMI). 다운로드 해양 플라스틱 쓰레기, 해양 건강과 푸른 경제에 대한 위험 두 번째 회의 보고서 본 보고서는 Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute가 주도한 환경보호청 대표, 주한 영국대사관 지역환경청 대표, 기관 전문가, 해양산업 이해관계자들의 협력의 산물입니다. 다운로드 지역 및 국가 해양 전략: 전망 및 과제 2020년 7월 10일에 열린 첫 번째 GoGMI-IMSWG 온라인 가상 회의는 기니만 해양 공간을 관리하고 관리하는 데 있어 지역 및 국가 전략의 전망과 과제를 논의하기 위해 조직되었습니다. 회의의 주요 내용을 보고서로 정리했습니다. 다운로드 모든 보고서 보기
- Services | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute
우리의 서비스 FACILITATION OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS TO FOSTER MARITIME SAFETY AND SECURITY IN THE GULF OF GUINEA REGION. DEVELOPMENT OF POLICY BRIEFS, ARTICLES AND OTHER RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS 국제 회의 및 전시회 조직 기업 해양 보안 계획의 개발, 감사 및 검증 해상 안보에 대한 컨설팅 서비스 어업, 해상 무역 및 석유 탐사를 포함하여 가나의 해상 영역에서의 활동 모니터링 기니 만 지역의 안전하고 안전하며 깨끗한 해양 영역에 기여하는 기타 서비스
- Membership | GoGMI
GoGMI의 회원이 되십시오 연구소의 핵심 사업은 가나와 기니만 해양 우주의 안전, 보안 및 환경 분야에서 전략적 해양 연구, 컨설팅 및 옹호입니다. Contribute to GoGMI The Institute seeks members who have cutting-edge expertise in any field of maritime affairs to contribute to the Institute’s indigenous research activities and programs. GoGMI members will harness the institute’s high-level convening power and rich expertise to engage in in-depth discussions tailored around the GoG region’s ocean governance challenges to develop critical solutions that address maritime security and safety concerns. Access the Institute’s publications GoGMI membership gets you access to publications from our various activities: IMSWG Reports Gulf Spectrum- Periodic publications of pertinent maritime security issues in the Gulf of Guinea Monday Gulf Review Newsletter Events and Networking The International Maritime Security Working Group (IMSWG), formed by the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute, is the Institute’s flagship forum focused on stimulating dialogue and policy innovation aimed at addressing maritime security and safety concerns in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) region. The IMSWG forum is notable as a knowledge exchange and research network with a focus on local and regional issues while keeping an eye on the pulse of international perspectives. Membership allows you to attend curated IMSWG forums held monthly, as well as other partner and international events, where you can network, meet IMSWG experts, and gain active understanding of strategic maritime issues affecting the GoG region. STUDENT MEMBERSHIP Read more FELLOW MEMBERSHIP Read more INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP Read more CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP Read more
- Ecop Training Programme | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra
Virtual Training Programme Exploring Pathways to a Vibrant Ocean Economy for Africa Background There is no doubt that global developmental debate in the last couple of years has been primarily focused on the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). What is beginning to emerge more and more is that the ocean is a pivotal tool for achieving these goals. Over the past few years, there has been a burgeoning awareness of the fact that SDG 14 on Life Below Water, is one of the primary facilitators for several other SDGs: Zero Hunger, Good Health & Well-being, Gender Equality, Clean Water and Sanitation, Affordable and Clean Energy, Decent Work and Economic Growth, and of course, Climate Action. The fluid, interconnected and vast nature of the globe’s shared maritime space provides a constant reminder that the most salient approaches to safeguarding our oceans cannot be based on segmented, uncoordinated efforts, but must depend on productive deliberation, knowledge sharing and the active participation of all relevant stakeholders towards effecting change on a global scale. An African Solution For developing countries like those within the West African sub-region, the ocean holds the key to sustainable economic growth and development. A vibrant ocean economy should therefore lie at the heart of national and regional agenda. One of the most crucial first steps to attaining this is by directly investing in building the capacity of Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPs), primed not only to generate much needed dialogue on the ocean economy, but also to advance innovative approaches to developing a sustainable and equitable ocean economy. The Institute took tangible steps in this direction by organising the recently concluded Blue Career and Business Expo, a two-day conference that created the platform for young people to interact with maritime industry leaders on Ghana’s ocean economy. The EXPO was not conducted as an isolated event, but as the first of a series of events and activities to be organised by the GoGMI in the coming years, intended to create multi-opportunity exchange platforms for Ghanaian youth and ECOPs to be directly engaged in the development of viable pathways towards building a robust Blue Economy in Africa. In line with this ultimate objective – and to build on the momentum generated by the EXPO – GoGMI designed a nine-day capacity building programme, intended to address Challenge 4 of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science (UN Ocean Decade): develop a sustainable and equitable ocean economy. About the Programme The programme, titled Exploring Pathways to a Vibrant Ocean Economy for Africa, included a series of lectures and interactions aimed at equipping selected participants with first-hand knowledge about the blue economy. It further explored approaches to harnessing the ocean and its resources as an integral tool for advancing economic growth and development across the continent, through the development of a sustainable and equitable ocean economy. The training was held from 14th to 24th March, 2022. It was offered in partnership with the ECOP Programme, an endorsed Action of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, and was funded through the generous support of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and the IOC-UNESCO. The course ran virtually via Zoom over a series of nine online sessions. All session videos and presentation materials have been made available to interested persons below. The detailed course syllabus, along with pre-readings can be accessed here. All selected readings are open-access documents available online (links provided). Individuals wishing to engage in self-paced learning of the topic areas are strongly encouraged to complete reading suggested materials for each session before watching session videos to gain a full contextual understanding of the lecture and subsequent discussions. SESSION 1 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 1: Presentation on Understanding the Ocean Economy delivered by Capt. (GN) Isaac Aratuo. Download presentation document SESSION 2 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 2: Presentation on Ocean Sustainability delivered by Naval Lieutenant Commander Duodu of the Ghana Navy. SESSION 3 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 3: Presentation on Exploring Africa's Blue Economy Sectors delivered by Mrs. Stephanie Schandorf, Associate Director of the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute. SESSION 4 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 4: Presentation on Impact of IUU in Africa: Awareness on the Importance of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Blue Economy delivered by Dr. Kwame Mfodwo. Download presentation document SESSION 5 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 5: Presentation on Equal Rights and Access to the Ocean Economy delivered by Dr. Juliet Igbo. SESSION 6 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 6: Presentation on From Science to Policy: Equitable and Sustainable Development of Africa's Ocean Economy delivered by Dr. Felicia Chinwe Mogo. Download presentation document SESSION 7 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 7: Presentation on Marine Spatial Planning delivered by Joel Kamdoum Ngueuko. SESSION 8 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 8: Presentation on Integrated Coastal Zone Management for Equity and Sustainability in Africa's Blue Economy delivered by Dr. Alberta Sagoe. Download presentation document SESSION 9 ECOP TRAINING PROGRAMME DAY 9: Presentation on Sustainable Fisheries Management by Dr. Evans Kwasi Arizi. Uzoma Nworgu, Cabo Verde “Learning about the Blue Economy and its need in Africa has served as a compass for me as an early career ocean professional. This is the time of the ocean, and GoGMI has done a great service to the #OceanDecade initiative by organizing such a program.”
- Gog-mcf/shade | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra
Heading Strengthening Counter-Piracy Responses: The Gulf of Guinea Maritime Collaboration Forum An article by the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute Shared Awareness – A Starting Point In the past decade, the world has witnessed an evolution of the Gulf of Guinea’s maritime security threat trajectory – an evolution that rendered the region the most dangerous for seafarers. In 2020, all fifty-seven (57) incidents of kidnapping-for-ransom worldwide occurred in the Gulf; and in the first quarter of 2021, the region accounted for nearly half of all reported piracy incidents worldwide, leaving it as the world’s piracy hotspot, according to the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) . What remained clear during this period was that the region presented a unique convolution of enablers for piratical activities, with an inadequate framework for effective maritime regulation and enforcement. In particular, few mechanisms existed for operative dissemination and sharing of information across the broad range of actors involved – a prerequisite to fostering coordinated responses to piracy in the region. Recognising this, the Government of Nigeria and the Inter-regional Coordination Centre (ICC), which represents twenty-one (21) countries in the Gulf of Guinea, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a regionally owned forum, aimed at fostering shared awareness and military de-confliction. The Gulf of Guinea Maritime Collaboration Forum and Shared Awareness and De-confliction (GoG-MCF/SHADE) seeks to create a viable platform for navies, industry partners and other relevant stakeholders from across the Gulf of Guinea and beyond to harmonise counter-piracy efforts and communication in the region under the existing information sharing architecture provided by both the Yaoundé Code of Conduct (YCOC) and the Best Management Practices to Deter Piracy and Enhance Maritime Security off the Coast of West Africa (BMP-WA). Modus Operandi The GoG-MCF/SHADE functions primarily through plenary sessions, each intended to generate dialogue and result in tangible action steps necessary to foster operational coordination between regional navies and stakeholders within the Gulf of Guinea’s maritime industry. The initiative’s three (3) Working Groups (WG) were formed during the first plenary session across the following thematic areas: Cooperation at Sea (operations), Reporting and Information Sharing and Air De-confliction. The primary purpose of the WG is to identify viable areas for the enhancement of cooperation and de-confliction and to make salient recommendations for each plenary to adopt. To facilitate this, each Working Group includes a subject-matter expert and is chaired by a regional representative. The chart below highlights the major objectives of each of the Working Groups. The SHADE Model has already demonstrated its ability to support the exchange of information between regional and non-regional military forces in countering Somali piracy in the Horn of Africa. Giulia Nicoloso, Critical Maritime Routes Programme Modus Operandi The GoG-MCF/SHADE functions primarily through plenary sessions, each intended to generate dialogue and result in tangible action steps necessary to foster operational coordination between regional navies and stakeholders within the Gulf of Guinea’s maritime industry. The initiative’s three (3) Working Groups (WG) were formed during the first plenary session across the following thematic areas: Cooperation at Sea (operations), Reporting and Information Sharing and Air De-confliction. The primary purpose of the WG is to identify viable areas for the enhancement of cooperation and de-confliction and to make salient recommendations for each plenary to adopt. To facilitate this, each Working Group includes a subject-matter expert and is chaired by a regional representative. The chart below highlights the major objectives of each of the Working Groups. Figure 1: Thematic Working Groups Complementarities The GoG-MCF/SHADE model was designed to work complimentarily with existing information sharing architectures and initiatives in the Gulf of Guinea region, such as the YCOC, BMP-WA and G7++ Friends of the Gulf of Guinea (FoGG). Past Plenaries Since its establishment, the GoG-MCF/SHADE has held five plenary sessions, each complemented by technical Working Group meetings, Working Group chair coordination meetings and plenary session reports. The first four plenaries were held on a bi-monthly cycle; however, a decision has been made to host the plenaries on a tri-monthly cycle going forward. Figure 2: Functional Sessions of the SHADE Model The Fifth Plenary: A Closer Look The fifth plenary presented the first opportunity for the GoG-MCF/SHADE Forum to be convened in-person, facilitating a more active engagement amongst the stakeholders present. The plenary had the theme Sustainability of Maritime Security in the Gulf of Guinea and provided an opportunity for maritime stakeholders to advocate the need for effective collaboration in the battle against maritime criminality in the region . In attendance were ninety (90) representatives from the sub-region and beyond, making it one of the largest platforms for galvanizing the efforts of stakeholders in operational responses to piracy and armed robbery at sea in the Gulf of Guinea. Figure 3: Range of Participants: 5th Plenary Session The plenary highlighted, amongst other things, the crucial support of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the G7++ FoGG in advancing the objectives of the forum and facilitating positive interactions. The shipping industry also called for more effective information sharing and interaction between navies operating in the Gulf of Guinea to enhance visibility in the region’s piracy hotspots. The need for such information sharing had to be carefully juxtaposed against a delineation of the roles and responsibilities of different national agencies, while recognising complementarities to avoid a duplication of efforts. Some of the key recommendations resulting from the plenary are indicated below: There is the need for national stakeholders to review and upgrade Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) infrastructure and systems to improve MDA in the Gulf of Guinea. Other relevant stakeholders must also consider the integration of national air assets in enhancing MDA and regional counter-piracy responses. The forum must develop a regular threat assessment for the Gulf of Guinea to facilitate regional naval awareness and industry risk assessment. The GoG-MCF/SHADE should be effectively used to facilitate the joint strategic communications needed to demonstrate regional progress in effectively addressing piracy and armed robbery at sea. Actors at the national level must continue to improve national legislations to ensure a legal finish to piracy prosecutions. The key challenge in the Gulf of Guinea is to effectively integrate all initiatives to address piracy, armed robbery and all maritime criminality into a focused and coordinated effort through the Yaoundé Code of Conduct framework. IMO will continue to play a significant role in facilitating this integration, by maintaining our unstinting support for the Yaoundé Code of Conduct architecture and strengthening capability and capacity. Secretary-General Kitack Lim, International Maritime Organisation - 14th July, 2021 Towards Effective Counter-piracy Responses The Gulf of Guinea is characterised by a complex set of maritime security interventions and initiatives, each aimed at addressing pertinent maritime criminalities such as piracy and armed robbery at sea. The GoG-MCF/SHADE presents a practical opportunity to coordinate efforts by the broad range of stakeholders in the region towards the shared goal of enhancing maritime security. More specifically the SHADE forum has led to the following notable benefits: Facilitation of operational dialogue across the clear-cut thematic areas of the WPs (Air De-confliction, Cooperation at Sea and Information Sharing) resulting in more targeted dialogues across groups with shared maritime security priorities Catalysation of active external stakeholder initiation of effective maritime regulation and enforcement operations, intended to complement other efforts across the region Establishment of operable best practices and mechansims for reporting incidents across regional navies, such as a replication of the Mercury communication platform used within the Indian Ocean through SOLARTA. Of course, the model can only be successful with the full and active participation of regional and international navies, as well as other relevant stakeholders within the Gulf of Guinea in particular, and across the globe at large. As more plenaries are held, it is imperative that action items are effectively implemented and assessed against intended goals, so that lessons learnt can continually feed into a more effective functioning of GoG-MCF/SHADE. [SOLARTA] has gone online, is being used…and has proved to be effective in preventing attacks becoming hostage situations…And that is a big accomplishment in the space of six months. Simon Church, Special Adviser to Forum Co-chairs - 7th February, 2022 …The establishment of…SHADE has enabled working-level stakeholders from the GoG region and outside…to connect and discuss how best to tackle piracy in the area…this has been a catalyst for non-regional stakeholders to step up and initiate effective maritime law enforcement operations… Dr. Bashir Jamoh, Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency - 5th May, 2022 1/1 The Institute wishes to acknowledge the GoG-MCF SHADE for granting access to useful resources on the initiative, relevant to the preparation of this article 이벤트 개요 2021년 4월 26일 ICC 야운데와 나이지리아는 기니 만에서의 활동에 대한 인식 공유와 갈등 해소를 제공하기 위한 국제 프레임워크의 형성을 발표했습니다. 이 이벤트는 Gulf of Guinea Maritime Collaboration Forum – SHADE(GOG MCF/SHADE)라고 하는 이 프레임워크의 첫 회의입니다. GOGMI(Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute)가 주최하는 이 온라인 회의는 ICC와 나이지리아 해군의 SHADE 공동 의장의 초청으로 이루어졌습니다. 초청 연사 임기택 국제해사기구 사무총장 Awwal Zubairu Gambo 중장 - 나이지리아 해군 참모총장 Narciso Fastudo 소장 – ICC Yaoundé 전무이사 Bashir Jamoh 박사, 나이지리아 NIMASA 사무총장/CEO Mr Guy Platten, 국제 해운 회의소 사무총장 모든 전기 보기 이벤트 기능 세션 I 본회의 비고 비전 계획 프레젠테이션 세션 II 회의는 2개의 세션으로 나누어 진행됩니다. 오전 세션은 이 역사적인 본회의를 공식적으로 시작하고 지역 및 국제 고위 인사들의 환영사를 포함합니다. 본회의 공동의장은 GOG-MCF SHADE가 달성하고자 하는 비전과 계획을 설정하여 2차 세션을 이끌 것입니다. 해상 협력(작전), 보고, 정보 공유 및 항공 분쟁 해결을 대표하는 3명의 전담 실무 그룹 의장이 설정된 목표 달성을 위한 계획을 발표할 것입니다. GOG-MCF/SHADE는 기니만의 지역 및 국제 해군, 국제 해운 산업, 해양 이해 관계자 간의 해상 협력을 크게 증가시키는 의미 있는 조치 및 조치를 생산하는 것을 목표로 하는 실무 회의입니다. 해양 이해 관계자가 자신의 기여가 가치를 추가할 수 있는 부분을 고려할 수 있는 기회가 제공됩니다. 대상 청중 문의하기 자세한 내용은 firstname.lastname@example.org 를 통해 문의하십시오.