Informal Round Table Discussion on ‘Maritime Security, Law of the Sea and Human Rights’

2018.09.21 | Linda Andersen

Date Mon 24 Sep
Time 12:00 15:00
Location Aalborg University in Copenhagen, Denmark


The research group PolSEA (Policing at Sea) and the research centre INTRAlaw (International and Transnational Tendencies in Law) invite you to participate in an afternoon of informal academic exchange under the Chatham House Rule about maritime security, the law of the sea and human rights. The round table meeting starts at midday with an informal lunch. The concept for the round table discussion is that three themes (see below) will be briefly introduced, followed by interventions and discussion between the participants.


Time and venue

24 September 2018, Aalborg University in Copenhagen, Denmark (room to be advised later)


Professor (mso) Birgit Feldtmann (Aalborg University) and Postdoc Fenella Billing (Aarhus University) DFF2-research project “Policing at Sea (PolSEA)” and INTRAlaw (International and Transnational Tendencies in Law)


To register, please send an email to Fenella Billing by 20 September 2018:



Policing at Sea (PolSEA) is a cross-disciplinary DFF2 research project led by Birgit Feldtmann (Aalborg University) and funded by the Danish Independent Research Council (Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond).