First IORIS Steering Committee Meeting in Bali to move towards the common management of the platform.
The Indo Pacific Regional Information Sharing Platform (IORIS) to support delivering humanitarian aid to Somalia
Interconnecting national maritime agencies to strengthen maritime security and safety in the Philippines
For INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY we interviewed Marianne Peron-Doise, Political Adviser for CRIMARIO II project
Maritime agencies from the Horn of Africa and ATALANTA together to enhance maritime security
Improving maritime law enforcement through forensic diving training
#IORIS & #YARIS platforms available for demonstration https://t.co/Z2rLeY0DCi
ESIWA co-director Pierre Mayaudon invited to attend 1st #IORIS Steering Committee in Bali. High number of participating operational agencies from 20+ countries across the #IndoPacific showcases #EU growing outreach in the field of #MaritimeSecurity. An inspiration for ESIWA. https://t.co/PuLkMPwzVU
Maritime Security: EU updates Strategy to safeguard maritime domain against new threats
Maritime Security: MICA Center Annual Review
Questions and answers: a background for the Strategic Compass
EU actions in maritime security with ASEAN countries
Indo-Pacific: Council adopts conclusions on EU strategy for cooperation
To enhance information exchange and analysis, and strengthen inter-agency cooperation in the Indo Pacific region, the CRIMARIO II project has developed an information sharing tool named IORIS and a framework to link existing information exchange systems named SHARE.IT, both available to all maritime agencies in the Indo Pacific region.
The project also organises training courses on law enforcement and maritime safety, as well as exercises to practice inter-agency work cooperation at regional and national levels.
The Indo Pacific Regional Information Sharing (IORIS) platform is a secure and neutral, web-based, maritime coordination and information-sharing tool for national and regional multi-agency use.
SHARE.IT was developed within the project to link existing information – exchange systems, and in this way facilitate the exchange of information and data among different Centres in a structured, secure and sustainable manner.
Maritime Safety and Security Training
The development of the blue economy requires the control of crimes and incidents at sea. In response, the CRIMARIO II project advocates regional cooperation and inter-agency coordination and offers its partners in the Indo-Pacific the option to receive tailor-made training packages, designed to meet the specific needs of individual countries.
Exercises are perhaps the most powerful training tool available to prepare personnel, administrations and governments to confront the vast spectrum of maritime safety and security challenges, in today’s complex world.
Mission and objectives