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Caribbean Member States and industry have set the course for the future to protect the Caribbean marine environment during the latest meeting of the Regional Marine Pollution Emergency, Information and Training Centre – Caribe (RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe). The 10th RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe Steering Committee Meeting (which is held every two years) was held in Curaçao Netherlands (18-19 May).
The maritime community joined in from all over the world to celebrate the first International Day for Women in Maritime on 18 May 2022. An IMO Symposium (virtual) on "Training-Visibility-Recognition: Supporting a barrier-free working environment for Women in Maritime" heard from nine panelists - seven women and two male allies. They addressed: what type of training supports a barrier-free working environment for women in maritime; how to enhance visibility for women in the workplace/environment; and recognition in the work environment of women's contributions to maritime.
Heads of Maritime Administrations in West and Central Africa have discussed port State control and flag State implementation during a three-day regional workshop in Lagos, Nigeria (9-11 May). The main objective was to provide a platform to create awareness on the duties of the Heads of Maritime Administrations and to exchange views to enhance the harmonization of port State control (PSC) activities and flag State implementation in the Abuja MoU region.
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