Capstone Course on the Law of the Sea and Maritime Security

During the last week of November, the National Coast Watch Council Secretariat in partnership with the UP IMLOS – Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea and the National Defense College of the Philippines conducted a three-day Capstone Course on the Law of the Sea and Maritime Security. The training workshop, which was continue reading : Capstone Course on the Law of the Sea and Maritime Security

Accomplishment Report (November 2017)

The month of November was highlighted by continued inter-agency meetings as well as international cooperation in line with addressing maritime issues, among others. This report is presented according to the major thrusts of the National Coast Watch System (NCWS), namely: (A) Policy Formulation and Coordination; (B) Developing Capabilities and Capacities; (C) International Cooperation; and, (D) continue reading : Accomplishment Report (November 2017)

Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month (MANA Mo) 2017

Aside from the efforts of government-concerned agencies, the evolution of the Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month (MANA Mo) concept also included the support of students from various universities. Unknown to many, civil society representatives from Lingkod Bayani, Civika and International Youth Commission have been conducting seminars and workshops dubbed as “Diskursong Teritoryo” to students continue reading : Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month (MANA Mo) 2017

NCWS Joins Global Maritime Forum (GMF) Workshop 2017

VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA. The National Coast Watch Council Secretariat, represented by Executive Director Jose Luis M. Alano, participated in the Global Maritime Forum (GMF) Workshop on 13-14 November 2017. The forum, with its theme “The Evolution of Big Data, Opportunities for Maritime Domain: The Importance of Public-Private-Academic Partnerships”, included series of workshops that aim to manage continue reading : NCWS Joins Global Maritime Forum (GMF) Workshop 2017