Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Exchange 2022

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When: Aug 4 2022 (All day) until Aug 5 2022 (All day)
Where: Hawaii Convention Center & Online
What:

INDO-PACIFIC MARITIME SECURITY EXCHANGE 2022
Information Sharing: Building Trust and Strengthening Partnerships

The Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Exchange (IMSE) will be held at the Hawai'i Convention Center on August 4-5, 2022.  The conference will also be livestreamed.  IMSE 2022 will feature senior leaders and subject matter experts from the Indo-Pacific region to discuss information sharing among nations and how it contributes to building and strengthening partnerships among like-minded nations. 

  • Learn all about RIMPAC 2022, the world's largest international naval exercise and its contribution to regional stability from its senior leaders, commanders, and participants. 
  • Get an update on the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue and its new Indo-Pacific Partnership for Maritime Domain Awareness (IPMDA) initiative.
  • Understand the role of information sharing in combatting Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. 

 

Speakers and panelists in the event will include senior maritime service commanders, RIMPAC participants, members of the diplomatic community, and private sector entities involved in technologies that facilitate information sharing from throughout the region. A current roster of the presenters and the tentative agenda may be found at imsehawaii.org

IMSE is produced annually by the Honolulu Council of the Navy League of the United States in collaboration with the East-West Center, Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, and Pacific Forum. 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! 
Regular Admission- $449 
Virtual Content Only- $29

About IMSE: 

The purpose of IMSE is to facilitate free and open discussion on emerging issues that impact free movement across the maritime commons and regional security and stability. The enabling characteristics of this engagement are diplomacy, law, maritime enforcement, and economic development to enhance and sustain stability for nations large and small across the region. The overall goal of each conference is to identify issues and seek solutions. Learn more

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Name: Ana Reidy
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