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Maritime Governance Workshop

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START DATE 18 September 2015
START TIME 10:00am
LOCATION

Room C207, College Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

This interdisciplinary conference brings together expert speakers from Middlesex University, the University of Greenwich and the shipping industry to discuss several major social, economic and political concerns of maritime governance in evidence around the world today.

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This event will explore a range of contemporary issues related to the use of and regulation of the world's oceans and seas, including the Mediterranean migrant crisis; Russian expansion into the Black Sea; the political implications of climate change for the Arctic Ocean; the expansion of the Chinese shipping market; the global regulation of cargo haulage; and the changing role of international ports.  

Speakers include:

  • David Whitehead OBE, Director of the British Ports Association
  • Richard Scott, Visiting Lecturer at the University of Greenwich and Managing Director of Bulk Shipping Analysis
  • Dr Minghua Zhao, Director of the China Maritime Centre at the University of Greenwich
  • Professor Brad Blitz, Deputy Dean of the School of Law and Professor of International Politics
  • Dr Lijun Zhao, Lecturer in Law 
  • Dr Tunç Aybak, Programme Leader for International Politics 
  • Dr Peter Hough, Principal Lecturer in International Politics

To reserve your place at this conference, click here.

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