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International Ocean Institute (IOI)

 The International Ocean Institute (IOI) was founded in 1972 by the late Prof. Elizabeth Mann Borgese, as an independent, non-governmental, international, nonprofit organization. The Headquarters resides in Malta under an agreement with the Government of Malta.

 

IOI at a glance

  • In its early days, the IOI has provided major inputs to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
  • IOI's strength lies in its training programs for coastal communities. Through such programs, the IOI Network promote sustainable use of ocean space and resources through awareness creation, education, information dissemination, research and community initiatives.
  • IOI has thousands of alumni of its training programmes worldwide, many of whom are in influential, decision-making positions in their home countries or the UN system.
  • IOI has held 31 Pacem in Maribus Conferences since the first one in 1970 held in Malta.
  • IOI Operational Centres can be found in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Egypt, Fiji, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kenya, Malta, Nigeria, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine, and United States of America.
  • IOI benefits from arrangements with 26 host institutions in these countries.The latter enjoy the benefits of working through the global IOI Network on ocean affairs.
  • IOI produces research and policy-related publications dealing with ocean governance and ocean science.
  • Through the organization of a series of Leadership Seminars, IOI identifies the implications of sustainable development with a focus on regional seas.
  • The IOI is developing a system-wide program for the coordination, delivery, quality assurance and development of education programs in the field of ocean research.
  • Global partnerships in education, training and capacity building program is IOI OceanLearn and will be coordinating IOI's  thematic training internationally.
  • IOI assists the IOI network through its Women, Youth and the Sea Program to dedicate efforts to enhance the capacity building and participation of women and youth from coastal communities in developing countries.
  • For over 20 years, IOI and Dalhousie University Law School has published the Ocean Yearbook, containing leading edge articles, reports and reference materials devoted to the issues and concerns affecting the world's oceans.

 

IOI-IR Iran

 

IOI-IR Iran Operational Center was established at the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography (INIO) in 2002, following the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement between International Ocean Institute (IOI) headquarters and the Iranian National Center for Oceanography.

 IOI- IR Iran Goals

  • Promote effective and wise management of ocean and coastal resources,
  • Eradicate poverty in coastal areas,
  • Organize efficient protection of marine environment as a common heritage of mankind,
  • Facilitate exchange of knowledge and information,
  • Enhance of national scientific capabilities,
  • Carry out training and educational efforts,
  • Strengthening links between the national and regional institutions working in the same area.

 

IOI-IR Iran held several workshops and training courses in cooperation with IOI HQ and Iranian National Institute for Oceanography. Holding 6 training courses on “Marine Handicraft for Women, several painting completion for children and a workshop on “keep clean the Beaches” for primary school children were held by IOI-IR Iran.

 

   IOI-IR Iran newsletter 2013

 

 

 

 

International Ocean Institute (IOI)

 The International Ocean Institute (IOI) was founded in 1972 by the late Prof. Elizabeth Mann Borgese, as an independent, non-governmental, international, nonprofit organization. The Headquarters resides in Malta under an agreement with the Government of Malta.

 

IOI at a glance

  • In its early days, the IOI has provided major inputs to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
  • IOI's strength lies in its training programs for coastal communities. Through such programs, the IOI Network promote sustainable use of ocean space and resources through awareness creation, education, information dissemination, research and community initiatives.
  • IOI has thousands of alumni of its training programmes worldwide, many of whom are in influential, decision-making positions in their home countries or the UN system.
  • IOI has held 31 Pacem in Maribus Conferences since the first one in 1970 held in Malta.
  • IOI Operational Centres can be found in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Egypt, Fiji, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kenya, Malta, Nigeria, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine, and United States of America.
  • IOI benefits from arrangements with 26 host institutions in these countries.The latter enjoy the benefits of working through the global IOI Network on ocean affairs.
  • IOI produces research and policy-related publications dealing with ocean governance and ocean science.
  • Through the organization of a series of Leadership Seminars, IOI identifies the implications of sustainable development with a focus on regional seas.
  • The IOI is developing a system-wide program for the coordination, delivery, quality assurance and development of education programs in the field of ocean research.
  • Global partnerships in education, training and capacity building program is IOI OceanLearn and will be coordinating IOI's  thematic training internationally.
  • IOI assists the IOI network through its Women, Youth and the Sea Program to dedicate efforts to enhance the capacity building and participation of women and youth from coastal communities in developing countries.
  • For over 20 years, IOI and Dalhousie University Law School has published the Ocean Yearbook, containing leading edge articles, reports and reference materials devoted to the issues and concerns affecting the world's oceans.

 

IOI-IR Iran

 

IOI-IR Iran Operational Center was established at the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography (INIO) in 2002, following the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement between International Ocean Institute (IOI) headquarters and the Iranian National Center for Oceanography.

 IOI- IR Iran Goals

  • Promote effective and wise management of ocean and coastal resources,
  • Eradicate poverty in coastal areas,
  • Organize efficient protection of marine environment as a common heritage of mankind,
  • Facilitate exchange of knowledge and information,
  • Enhance of national scientific capabilities,
  • Carry out training and educational efforts,
  • Strengthening links between the national and regional institutions working in the same area.

 

IOI-IR Iran held several workshops and training courses in cooperation with IOI HQ and Iranian National Institute for Oceanography. Holding 6 training courses on “Marine Handicraft for Women, several painting completion for children and a workshop on “keep clean the Beaches” for primary school children were held by IOI-IR Iran.

 

   IOI-IR Iran newsletter 2013

 

 

 

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