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GMU Academy On Oceans Law and Policy [09 to 14 May 2022]

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3 May 2022 6:39 AM GMT
GMU Academy On Oceans Law and Policy [09 to 14 May 2022]
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About Gujarat Maritime University Gujarat Maritime University (GMU) is an endeavor by Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB), the state regulator for the ports and maritime activities in Gujarat. The University has been conceived by visionaries to address the burgeoning need of the skilled workforce in the ever-changing dynamics of the maritime sector. The University has commenced...

About Gujarat Maritime University

Gujarat Maritime University (GMU) is an endeavor by Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB), the state regulator for the ports and maritime activities in Gujarat. The University has been conceived by visionaries to address the burgeoning need of the skilled workforce in the ever-changing dynamics of the maritime sector. The University has commenced its academic journey from 2019 with the establishment of its first School – School of Maritime Law, Policy & Administration (SMLPA), which offers LL.M and Executive Diploma Programmes in Maritime Law and International Trade Law. The University also offers MBA in shipping and Logistics under its school of Maritime Management (SMM). In pursuit of creating an institution of global standards, GMU has collaborated with internationally prominent institutions like Erasmus University, STC International, CBS Executive, ISWAN, and many more such alliances shall be forged in time to come.

About GMU Academy on Oceans Law and Policy

Academy is a one – week course devoted to issues relating to the Law of the sea. The event will offer an informative overview of the regime related to ocean governance and current challenges faced by the world in regulating oceans and seas. It will consist of a series of online sessions delivered by experts on topics such as fisheries conservation, seabed mining, protection of submarine cables, protection of the arctic marine ecosystem, etc. Academy will bring together a prestigious faculty from among the judges of the Tribunal, professors, and professionals from the maritime field with a dedicated group of highly – motivated participants from around the world.

Significance of the Course

Academy will contribute to the goals of expanding knowledge and having a positive impact on society. The event will assist in better understanding and dissemination of emerging challenges in Law of the Sea and will motivate young scholars to do research focused on these contemporary challenges in Ocean Governance. It will provide a platform for academicians and professionals of our region to interact with some of the renowned experts on the Law of the Sea. The event would be ideal for students, research scholars, academicians, and professionals who aim to enhance their expertise in the Law of the Sea.

Objective of the Course:

· To provide an overview of the legal regime related to ocean governance.

· To spread awareness about contemporary challenges in regulating oceans.

Course outcomes

The Participants post completion of this course-

· will be able to understand the prevailing legal regime on ocean governance.

· will be aware about the current and emerging challenges in the ocean governance.

· will be able to apply the knowledge attained to provide solutions to the contemporary issues in ocean governance.

Course Content

DAY

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSON

Day 1

09 May 2022

Session 1

03:00PM – 04:30PM (IST)

The 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: A Living Instrument.

Mr. Tomas Heidar,

Vice President,

International Tribunal for Law of the Sea

He is also the member of the Special Chamber formed to deal with the Dispute concerning delimitation of the maritime boundary between Mauritius and Maldives in the Indian Ocean

Day 1

9 May 2022

Session 2

05:00 PM – 06:00 PM (IST)

Baselines under the Law of the Sea, and State Practice

Dr. Manimuthu Gandhi,

Ex – Joint Secretary ( Legal & Treaties Division) & Legal Advisor, Ministry of External Affairs.

He represented India and participated in all International Law negotiations pertaining to the items in agendas of VI, Committee of UN

Day 2

10 May 2022

Session 1

03:00PM – 04:30PM (IST)

An Evaluation of the Rights and Duties of Coastal States in Adjacent Waters

Adv. V.M. Syam Kumar

Maritime Lawyer, Kerala High Court

He has appeared in many high-profile maritime litigations including Enrica Lexie shooting incident involving Italian Marines off the Indian Coast. He has more than 25 years of experience in litigation.

Day 2

10 May 2022

Session 2

04:45 PM – 06:00 PM (IST)

Regime for Identification and Exploitation of Continental Shelf under United Nations Law of the Sea Convention, 1982

Dr. M. Sudhakar,

Former Director, Center for Marine living Resources and Ecology,

Dr. Sudhakar is a veteran Oceanographer with 33 years of professional experience, spent more than 1500 days at sea on-board research vessels as leader of expeditions to the Southern Ocean and Antarctica


Day 2

10 May 2022

Session 2

06:15 PM – 07:15 PM (IST)

Maritime Boundary Delimitation: A legal perspective

Dr. Manimuthu Gandhi,

Ex – Joint Secretary ( Legal & Treaties Division) & Legal Advisor, Ministry of External Affairs.

He represented India and participated in all International Law negotiations pertaining to the items in agendas of VI, Committee of UN

Day 3

11 May 2022

Session 1

03:00PM – 04:30PM (IST)

Deep Seabed Mining: Prospects and Challenges

Dr. G.A. Ramadass

Director, National Institute of Ocean Technology.

Dr. Ramadass was head of India's Deep-Sea Mining Project at National Institute of Ocean Technology

Day 4

12 May 2022

Session 1

03:00PM – 04:30PM (IST)

Scientific aspects of Submarine Cables with special reference to 'Green Cables'

Captain (Dr.) Nitin Agarwala

Indian Navy.

Sir was commissioned into the Indian Navy in 1993. He also served as a faculty member for 4 years in CUSAT's Department of Ship Technology.

(TO BE CONFIRMED)

Day 4

12 May 2022

Session 2

05:00 PM – 06:30 PM (IST)

International Regime for combating Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) Fishing

Dr. Pramod. Ganapathiraju

MCS & Fisheries Consultant, IUU Risk Intelligence

Dr. Pramod has worked extensively on Fisheries Governance, Illegal fishing and Monitoring Control & Surveillance projects with a focus on policy, compliance and enforcement worldwide.

Day 5

13 May 2022

Session 1

05:00 PM – 06:30 PM (IST)

Warships and Law of the Sea

Prof. James Kraska

Chair and Charles H. Stockton Professor of International Maritime Law in the Stockton Centre for International Law at the U.S. Naval War College

Day 6

14 May 2022

Session 2

03:00 PM – 04:30 PM (IST)

Legal Regime for Regulating Submarine Cables and Pipelines in Marine Spaces

Robert Charles Beckman

Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, Head, Ocean Law and Policy Programmer, Centre for International Law (CIL), NUS

Prof Beckman is an International Lawyer with a special interest in legal skills. He has 30 years of Academic experience.

Day 6

14 May 2022

Session 2

05:00 PM – 06:30 PM (IST)

The Evolving Legal Regime on Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction.

Dr. S. Rama Rao

Former Director (Legal), Ministry of External Affairs; Government of India and Ex – Member Council; International Seabed Authority.

Fees from Participants: 590 INR

For Registration: Please click on the following link or scan the QR Code

https://forms.eduqfix.com/oceans/add


Dates of the Event: 09 May to 14 May 2022

Mode: Online

Patron : Prof. (Dr.) S. Shanthakumar (Director, School of Maritime Law Policy and AdministrationGujarat Maritime University)

Convenor : Mohit Gupta ( Assistant Professor, Gujarat Maritime University) 

Co-Convenor: Saravanan Ravi (Teaching & Research Assistant, Gujarat Maritime University)

For any query contact us on [email protected] or on +91 8056060819
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