New Project Partner: NCMPR joins SAFE SEAS

SAFE SEAS welcomes a new project partner: The National Centre for Maritime Policy Research, based at Bahria University, Karachi. NCMPR is the core maritime think tank of Pakistan and one of the intellectual drivers of the country’s maritime security discussions. NCMPR will conduct a case study on Pakistan’s maritime security sector and the capacity building … Read more

SAFE SEAS in Pakistan

SAFE SEAS Principal Investigator Dr. Bueger attended the 7th International Maritime Conference organized by Pakistan’s National Centre for Maritime Policy Research (NCMPR) in Karachi. He gave a presentation on the strategic options for Pakistan to take a leadership role in the Western Indian Ocean region, highlighting the importance of capacity building initiative. During the stay … Read more

SAFE SEAS recruits staff

SAFE SEAS is currently recruiting a Research Associate at post-doctoral level. The successful candidate will support the principal investigators in running the project and will be in particular responsible for data collection, stakeholder contacts and drafting project publications. The application process closes on February 27th. We will also be recruiting local research assistants based in Djibouti, Kenya, Seychelles and Somalia soon. 

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Safe Seas conducts initial consultation with stakeholders

As part of its launch phase, Safe Seas conducts consultations with core stakeholders in maritime security capacity building in the Western Indian Ocean region. In December, the Principal Investigator Dr. Bueger visited Mauritius and the Seychelles.  In January 2017 a series of discussions were held with project partners in Kenya and Somalia as well as … Read more