MTCP 2024 – Navigating Global Conflicts: The Role of Maritime Economics Part 1

Venue: Swiss Garden Hotel, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
Date: 10th-14th June 2024

MIMA had successfully organised a 5-day MTCP Programme, a training workshop, held from 10th-14th June 2024. There were 12 participants hailing from Brunei, Iran, Maldives, Mauritius, Oman, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The programme included in-class training sessions, technical and cultural visits, as well as presentations from all the participants, representing each of their hometown countries. These presentations encompassed a brief introduction to their country’s maritime economy, an exploration of the challenges faced by their country’s maritime economy due to escalating global conflicts, and a discussion on the actions taken by their country and the way forward. Additionally, participants had the opportunity to engage in lively discussions and share best practices, fostering a collaborative environment aimed at addressing common challenges and enhancing regional maritime cooperation. This initiative not only provided a platform for knowledge exchange but also strengthened international ties and promoted a deeper understanding of the critical role maritime economics plays in navigating global conflicts. Special gratitude and thanks to all the esteemed speakers who contributed to the success of the MTCP Workshop; Assoc. Prof. EUR. ING. Ts. Ir. Dr. Syuhaida Ismail, Ts. Chm. Dr. Nur Zulaikha, Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Jagan Jeevan, Mr. Nazery Khalid and Ms. Chin Yim Leng.


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The initiative transcended a simple knowledge exchange. It fostered a collaborative environment where international actors could share best practices, identify emerging challenges, and develop coordinated strategies to navigate the complexities of maritime economics in the face of global conflicts. This not only strengthened international ties through trust and mutual understanding, but also promoted a deeper appreciation for the critical role maritime economics plays in mitigating conflict and ensuring global stability.

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