In June of 2018, One Earth Future (OEF) decommissioned the Oceans Beyond Piracy program marking our departure from a specific focus on maritime piracy. However, OEF remains dedicated to improving governance mechanisms and undermining the drivers of conflict both at sea and ashore through its other programs and initiatives.
|5/23/18||State of Maritime Piracy 2017
The State of Maritime Piracy 2017 report includes analyses of the economic and human costs of piracy and armed robbery in the Western Indian Ocean Region, West Africa, Asia, and Latin American and the Caribbean.
This report is the last in a series of 11 annual...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Maisie Pigeon, Emina Sadic, Sean Duncan, Chuck Ridgway, Kelsey Soeth|
|6/6/16||The State of Maritime Piracy 2015
This year's report marks the sixth year that Oceans Beyond Piracy has assessed the human and economic cost of maritime piracy. Over the years the report has evolved and our focus has expanded from piracy off the coast of Somalia to piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, and...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Carly Meredith, Jens Vestergaard Madsen, Marilyn Venney, Matt Walje, Peter Kerins|
|5/8/14||The State of Maritime Piracy 2013
Oceans Beyond Piracy has launched the fourth installment of its annual reports detailing the economic and human costs of African maritime piracy. The study, "The State of Maritime Piracy 2013," examines the human costs and economic costs incurred as a result of piracy...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Jens Vestergaard Madsen, Conor Seyle, Kellie Brandt, Ben Purser, Heather Randall & Kellie Roy|
|1/13/11||The Economic Cost of Maritime Piracy 2010
At the end of 2010, around 500 seafarers from more than 18 countries are being held hostage by pirates. Piracy clearly affects the world’s largest trade transport industry, but how much is it costing the world? One Earth Future (OEF) Foundation has conducted a large-...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Anna Bowden|
|2/8/12||Economic Cost of Somali Piracy 2011
In 2011, Somali pirates attacked 237 ships and successfully hijacked 28. Piracy impacts multiple stakeholders, none more so than the seafarers attacked, held hostage, or killed. Oceans Beyond Piracy’s report on the “Economic Cost of Somali Piracy” estimates that piracy...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Anna Bowden|
|6/18/13||Human Cost of Maritime Piracy 2012
Oceans Beyond Piracy (OBP), a project of the One Earth Future Foundation; the International Maritime Bureau (IMB); and the Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme (MPHRP) are pleased to present the Human Cost of Maritime Piracy, 2012. This is the third assessment...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Kaija Hurlburt|
|4/9/13||Economic Cost of Somali Piracy 2012
Oceans Beyond Piracy is pleased to present its third annual assessment of the Economic Cost of Somali Piracy 2012 (ECoP 2012). This year's assessment, like the one before it, considered nine separate cost categories and found that maritime piracy cost the global economy...
|State of Maritime Piracy||Jon Bellish|
|7/1/10||Hybrid Tribunals to Combat Regional Maritime Piracy: Guiding the Rule of Law Through the Rocks and Shoals
Maritime piracy continues to afflict the modern world. Basing their operations in places like Somalia, modern pirates have been able to launch attacks on ships traveling some of the world’s most trafficked waterways. The international community has created an interim...
|Working Paper||Andrew Lee|
|11/21/14||Underreporting of Crimes at Sea: Reasons, Consequences, and Potential Solutions
The increase in global maritime piracy, particularly in the Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden and in the Gulf of Guinea off West Africa, has developed into a serious threat to maritime shipping, demanding the attention of international organizations and states around...
|Working Paper||Noah D. Lombardo|
|9/1/10||Prosecuting Pirates and Upholding Human Rights Law: Taking Perspective
Incidents of piracy off the coast of Somalia have increased in recent years, rising by 47% between 2005 and 2009. With a growing number of states involved in the determent and disruption of attacks, there is a need to outline their human rights obligations when engaging...
|Working Paper||Saorise de Bont|
|8/1/10||Piracy Ransoms- Conflicting Perspectives
This paper presents both sides of the debate over whether States should allow payment of ransoms to pirates. United States Executive Order 13536 and other recent national and international legislation have brought increased awareness to this issue. This paper does not...
|Working Paper||Charles Marts|