Maritime Security in Ghana: AMARIS holds project meeting

The AMARIS project, investigating maritime security in Ghana, is one of the corner stone projects of the SafeSeas network. The project is a focused research partnership of 12 researchers interested in studying a paradigmatic national case of maritime security with a focus on the interaction of blue crimes in the country, inter-agency coordination and maritime security governance, and the role of external capacity building.

This week AMARIS held a major work in progress meeting reflecting on the outcomes of the first empirical phase and how to present some of the insights in forthcoming blogs and policy papers.

AMARIS is funded by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and administered by DANIDA.