Please join us for one of our annual conferences organized by Centre for Innovative Leadership Navigation (CILN). CILN organises and sponsors a series of international conferences that enable academics, business practitioners, policy makers and thought leaders to meet, share their ideas and learn from one another. CILN is committed to raising awareness of key issues, as well as endeavouring to encourage greater foresight and forward planning. By offering bespoke training CILN strives to play a positive and purposeful role, one that has the potential to have a lasting impact.
All our conferences offer various tracks which include: The Finance, Accounting and Organisational structure, The Growth and Economic Development, the Globalisation and International Trade, Education and teaching for the Life Long Learning Sector, The HRM, Marketing & Information Technology, and many more.
Authors are invited to submit their original research papers, case studies, review papers, work in progress, reports, abstract, students’ papers or research proposals within the broad scope of each conference. However, authors are requested to submit only original competitive and final full text papers within the specific scope of the Journal.
International Journal of Maritime Crime and Security (IJMCS)
The International Journal of Maritime Crime and Security (IJMCS) will be the first high-quality multi/interdisciplinary journal devoted to the newly identified field and academic discipline of maritime security and to the study of maritime crime. The latter has been neglected, as the scientific study of crime has remained essentially landlocked.
The Journal will cover the following, broadly constructed and interpreted, disciplines as they relate to maritime security: economics, environmental studies, global governance studies, anthropological and cultural studies, human factors and psychology, security, criminology and crime science, cyber security, international and national law (Maritime Law, Law of the Sea and National Jurisdictions), political and policy perspectives, strategic security and war studies, naval and maritime history as they relate to current issues, maritime crime, including cyber-crime, fraud, piracy and armed robbery at sea, Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) Fishing, smuggling, people trafficking, illegal immigration, stowaways and pollution, disaster management and resilience at sea and in littoral areas. ‘Maritime Security’ includes port facility, offshore platform and undersea resource extraction security – not just ships.
For further details about this Journal please visit www.ijmcs.co.uk