CTPSR’s maritime security team is co-organising with NATO’s Maritime Interdiction Training Operations Centre (NMIOTC) and Nottingham International Law and Security Centre a conference titled “Gender Perspectives in Maritime Security”. The conference will take place in Souda Bay Crete, Greece, from 3rd to 4th June 2021.
The aim of this event is to encourage collaboration in the utilization of the gender perspective in the maritime security across the spectrum of Peace, Crises and War. We envisage promoting gender mainstreaming in the maritime domain in a holistic, comprehensive and effective way. The seminar is targeted at scientific, industrial, naval staff, maritime and academic researchers, practitioners, members of maritime associations, shipping companies, governmental departments/bodies, international organizations and agencies, the public and private sector in general, within or connected to the maritime security.
Papers are invited on the topics of the seminar. Interested speakers should submit an abstract of their paper by the 15th of April 2021 to the POCs of NMIOTC (Para.15), including a short Curriculum Vitae and a brief overview of the organization, institution or company that they represent. Subsequent to the seminar, selected papers may be considered for publication in the NMIOTC’s Journal. Authors will be given the opportunity to update their papers before publication in the Journal. Abstract should be no longer than 250 words and clearly indicate the provisional title, the authors and a synthesis of the content of the paper. Provisional acceptance of papers will be made on the basis of the abstract and final acceptance will be given after consideration of the draft papers.
Deadline for registration: Friday 21st May 2021