Past eventResearch Event

Angola and the Gulf of Guinea: Towards an Integrated Maritime Strategy

29 June 2012 - 9:30am to 5:00pm

HMS Dauntless, Luanda, Angola


HE Miguel Trovoada, Executive Secretary of the Gulf of Guinea Commission
HE Ambassador Richard Wildash, British Embassy, Angola
Capt. Will Warrender RN, HMS Dauntless
David McKenzie, France Expertise International (FEI)
Dr. Gary Littlejohn, Independent Analyst and Editor, ROAPE
Cdr. Tukur Mohammed Toro, Maritime Security Officer, ECOWAS
Francisco da Cruz, Director of the Office of Research and Analysis, Ministry of External Relations of the Republic of Angola
Chris Trelawny, Deputy Director Maritime Safety Division, International Maritime Organisation
Dr Knox Chitiyo, Associate Fellow, Africa Programme, Chatham House
Coronel Correia de Barros, Director of the Angolan Centre for Strategic Studies (CEEA), Luanda, Angola
Alex Vines OBE, Research Director, Area Studies and International Law; and Head, Africa Programme
Paulo Pizarro, Vice President, Communications & External Affairs, BP Angola



This conference will explore the direct and indirect links between country development, the economy and the maritime space in an African context. It will offer a unique opportunity for in-depth discussion and analysis of key issues pertaining to Angola and the Gulf of Guinea region and will draw together expertise from various fields.