Month: April 2019

Maritime Crime and the Role of Insurers

Share this: This emerging issues piece highlights the association between marine vessel operations and the facilitation of serious transnational crime, and erosion of human security.  The author highlights gaps in knowledge regarding the possible impact of insurance practices in the perpetuation of undesirable outcomes, highlighting the importance of such data in the formulation of policy.  […]

Security and Policing Event (Farnborough, 5-7 March 2019)

Share this: GSDM recently participated in the prestigious annual Security and Policing exhibition in Farnborough, hosted by the Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) on behalf of the Home Office. The event is considered to be “the cornerstone of the security calendar” and is the only ‘closed’ event of its kind. It offers UK suppliers […]

ASIL Annual Meeting (Washington DC, 28 March 2019)

Share this: Panel Discussion on ‘The Critical Contribution of Law towards Global Efforts to Mitigate Disaster Risk.” During the recent prestigious Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, GSDM’s director, Katja Samuel, convened and moderated a panel in her capacity as co-chair of the Disaster Law Interest Group (DLIG). The topic of the […]

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