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MIMA Distinguished Fellow Talk by Prof. Dato’ Dr Nor Aieni binti Haji Mokhtar: Maritime Education in Malaysia: Do We Need a Policy?

Register MIMA Distinguished Fellow Talk Series aims to provide a sharing session of our Distinguished Fellow with the participants on maritime-related subjects. Therefore, as the continuation of the event, we are pleased to inform that the Centre for Coastal and Marine Environment (CMER) will be organising the next talk by YBhg. Professor Dato’ Dr Nor

Multilateral & Inclusive Indo-Pacific Region: European Strategy and Opportunities for Malaysia & Southeast Asia

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Agenda Register The Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA) with the support of the Embassy of France in Malaysia, the Embassy of Germany in Malaysia, the European Union (EU) Delegation to Malaysia, and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) will hold a seminar on a “Multilateral & Inclusive Indo-Pacific Region: European Strategy and Opportunities for Malaysia & Southeast Asia”. The

45th Annual Conference on Oceans Law & Policy: UNCLOS at 40

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Agenda E-Programme Over the past 45 years, the Annual COLP has gathered international scholars and senior diplomats together to undertake interdisciplinary dialogue and research on the most challenging issues in the law of the sea and ocean affairs. This year’s conference will mark the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the 1982 United Nations Convention

MALAYSIAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAMME (MTCP) Training Programme for Effective Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) Management

Virtual Event Virtual Event

The upcoming MTCP course will be focusing on the effective management of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). This course is specifically designed to provide understanding of the design and creation of the MPAs network, governance, ecological monitoring as well as MPAs management through ecosystem-based conservation. With international conventions such as Aichi Targets and COP15 call for

Saving our oceans: The case for Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) – Seminar on Enhancing the Area of Ocean Governance of the EU Strategy for Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific through Dialogue

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Agenda Outline Register The marine realm is the most significant component of the Earth's system that stabilises climate and supports human presence on Earth. However, much of the ocean is now seriously degraded, with changes and losses in the structure, function and benefits from marine systems. The impact of multiple stressors on the ocean is

The Future: Malaysia’s Insight on the Policy, Economy and Investment in Maritime Industry

Virtual Event Virtual Event

MIMA, through the Centre for Maritime Economics and Industries (MEI), will host an MTCP event titled "The Future: Malaysia’s Insights on the Policy, Economy, and Investment in Maritime Industry for 2022". The four-day training will help the participant learn more about the policies and actions of the Malaysian government, with a focus on economic movement

Malaysia – Australia Dialogue Series on Combating Marine Plastic Pollution 2022

Virtual Event (Zoom)

Agenda Register The Malaysian and Australian Governments signed a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP), and agreed to explore cooperation in solving marine plastic pollution, improving waste management, and creating a circular economy. In supporting the endeavor, two online workshops have been planned for 2022, to begin the dialogue between Australian and Malaysian academic institutions, Government and

Webinar on the Application of Smart Maritime Management and Services in the Maintenance of Navigational Safety and Environmental Protection in SOMS

Virtual Event Virtual Event

The three littoral states of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) - Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore have been working together with the user states, including China, on the safety of navigation and marine environmental protection in the SOMS. Recent collaboration included two joint workshops conducted in 2018 and 2019, respectively, in Guangzhou, China -

The Indo-Pacific and Ocean Governance: Roundtable with Think Tanks & Scholars Initiative

JW Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

The Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA) with the support of the Australian High Commission in Malaysia and the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia will conduct the Indo-Pacific and Ocean Governance: Roundtable with Think Tanks & Scholars Initiative. The Roundtable will solicit views and exchange ideas among think tank experts from Japan, Australia, the United States

Malaysia – Australia Dialogue Series on Combating Marine Plastic Pollution 2022

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Agenda Register The Malaysian and Australian Governments signed a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP), and agreed to explore cooperation in solving marine plastic pollution, improving waste management, and creating a circular economy. In supporting the endeavor, two online workshops have been planned for 2022, to begin the dialogue between Australian and Malaysian academic institutions, Government and

Strengthening Malaysia And China’s Maritime Cooperation Through Rcep Under The Current Geopolitical Dynamics

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Agenda Register The governments of Malaysia and China seek to strengthen bilateral relations between both countries especially in the maritime domain. Both states want to promote cooperation between the two countries in the sectors of economy, connectivity, security, energy, and sustainability. Maritime cooperation between think tanks help cement the bond shared by both states at

Seminar on Enhancing Resilience for Sustainable Ocean in the Indo-Pacific: Interventions and Opportunities

Virtual Event Hybrid Event

Agenda Register Hybrid Seminar (Physical at Zenith Hotel Putrajaya and Virtual via Zoom)The Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA) with support from the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia will be hosting the seminar on ‘Enhancing Resilience for Sustainable Ocean in the Indo-Pacific: Interventions and Opportunities.’ The half-day seminar—divided into two sessions—aims to offer discussions on the climate