Dr Okafor-Yarwood contributes to a report on the Gulf of Guinea
Dr Okafor-Yarwood contributes to a report giving a holistic view on maritime governance and security in the Gulf of Guinea
The report titled, Stable Seas: Gulf of Guinea explores the connections between crime and insecurity in the maritime domain, including insecurity and instability onshore in the West and Central African region.
Through interviews conducted with experts and practitioners in seven countries across the region, the report examines nine themes of maritime governance and security and how they impact coastal communities and landlocked neighbour’s throughout the region.
These themes are:
- international cooperation
- maritime enforcement capability
- rule of law
- blue economy
- coastal welfare
- piracy and armed robbery at sea
- illicit trades
- maritime mixed migration.
For further information, please select the Stable Seas website.