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Overview

On 15 October 2016, Togo will host the African Union Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government on Maritime Security and Development in Africa. This summit aims to produce a roadmap with workable policy recommendations to encourage the emergence of a blue economy in Africa. The commitment of diverse stakeholders is required to ensure progress in the establishment of the sea as a key driver of development for the African continent.Image result for Chatham House,

At this seminar, the speakers will focus on the blue economy and how combating issues of maritime security, organised crime, IUU fishing, marine conservation and development planning can enable the maritime space to play a part in Africa’s economic development.

09:00 to 13:30 

Chatham House, London

Africa Programme, African Maritime Security

Participants

HE MOHAMMED OMAR ARTEH, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER, REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA
DR ESSAM YASSIN MOHAMMED, SENIOR ECONOMIST AND PROGRAMME LEAD, OCEAN AND FISHERIES ECONOMICS, INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (IIED)
DR KRISTÍN GUNNARSDÓTTIR VON KISTOWSKI, SENIOR ADVISOR, PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
SAMUEL KAMÉ-DOMGUIA, COORDINATOR, 2050 AFRICA’S INTEGRATED MARITIME STRATEGY (2050 AIM-STRATEGY) TASK FORCE, AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION
CHAIR: BOB DEWAR CMG, ASSOCIATE FELLOW, AFRICA PROGRAMME, CHATHAM HOUSE



 

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