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Role of Fisheries in Promoting or Jeopardising Security in the Gulf of Guinea

CEMLAWS Africa provided expertise for this project funded by the Australian Aid Agency with an amount of AuD$600,000.00.

The project identified the drivers of unlawful maritime activities in the Gulf of Guinea region and evaluated the role of subsistence, artisanal, domestic industrial and foreign industrial fisheries in promoting or jeopardising national and regional security. Cross-sectoral causes of conflict (e.g. fisheries vs. oil and gas) were also investigated.

Contributions to Maritime Law and Security

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US-GH Security Governance Initiative: Maritime Legal and Institutional Review

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Africa’s Blue Economy: A Policy Handbook

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Piracy Prosecution Database

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