iilwandle zethu: Journal of Ocean Law and Governance in Africa (Print)

Product Attributes

  • Soft Cover
  • 2414-8253
  • Annual Periodical
  • Approx. 280 Pages/Annum

Authors

Vrancken, P (Managing Editor)

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About this Publication:

iilwandle zethu: The Journal of Ocean Law and Governance in Africa is a blind peer reviewed Journal of note, under the editorship of the South African Research Chair in the Law of the Sea and Development in Africa. The journal publishes submissions relating to marine law, maritime law or ocean governance as they apply to the African continent, or to one or more African states.

Also available online incorporating issues from 2016 to current.

Contents Include:

  • Contributions
    • ‘Law enforcement responses facilitated by a fisheries crime approach: The South African example’ - Emma Witbooi and Phil Snijman 
    • ‘São Tomé and Príncipe: Sinking of F/V Thunder’ - Pieter Van Weltzen
    • Introductory note: ‘Lomé Charter (2016) – The future anchorage for enhanced African maritime governance’
    • Introductory note: ‘TIDM CSRP (2015) – Éradication de la pêche INN en Afrique occidentale’ 
  • Documents 
    • African Charter on Maritime Security and Safety and Development in Africa (Lomé Charter) (2016)
    • Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (2009)
    • Agreement Establishing a Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission (1985) as amended in 1993
    • Convention on Sub-Regional Cooperation in the Exercise of Maritime Hot Pursuit (1993)
    • Protocol on the Practical Modalities for the Coordination of Surveillance Operations within the Member States of the Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission (SRFC) (1993)
    • Convention on the Determination of the Minimal Conditions for Access and Exploitation of Marine Resources within the Maritime Areas under Jurisdiction of the Member States of the Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission (SRFC) (2012)
    • International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) SRFC Advisory Opinion (2015)
  • Notes for contributors

Of Interest and Benefit to:

  • Practitioners in the public and private sectors
  • Researchers and students of ocean law and governance in Africa
  • Libraries