Exploring an Integrated Approach to the Resolution of International Boundary and Territorial Disputes

Conference Workshop

17 April 2013. 13:00pm - 17:00pm
Department of Geography, King's College London, Fourth Floor, King's Building, Strand, London WC2R 2LS

The London International Boundary Conference Technical Workshop took place at King's College on 17 April 2013. An initiative of the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, the workshop offered attendees the opportunity to gain a technical perspective of the practical approach to the resolution of maritime boundary disputes. The interactive workshop provided delegates with an understanding of maritime dispute principles before exploring an integrated approach to such disputes within the conference itself.


How to Draw Maritime Boundaries: A Practical Approach to Delimitation

The London International Boundary Conference Technical workshopThe 2013 London International Boundary Conference workshop involved a combination of lectures and practical sessions using a fictional scenario designed around issues present within maritime delimitation.

Delegates:
    Learned how equitable maritime boundaries are derived and negotiated
    Used first principles to negotiate such a boundary

This session was designed to be interactive to allow for a holistic view of maritime delimitation.

Facilitated by:
Dr Robin Cleverly, John Brown, Fiona Bloor, Victoria Leader and Helena Patton
United Kingdom Hydrographic Office