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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.

For maritime specific programming, see our Stable Seas and Secure Fisheries programs.

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6/18/13
The Human Cost of Maritime Piracy 2012 Summary

OBP's third study on the Human Cost of Maritime Piracy was released in June 2013 and, for the first time, provided an analysis of the human cost for both Somali and West African piracy. The summary provides an overview of the report's key findings. 

State of Maritime PiracyTimothy Schommer
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 PiracyMaisie Pigeon, Emina Sadic, Sean Duncan, Chuck Ridgway, Kelsey Soeth
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 PiracyJon Bellish
4/9/13
The Economic Cost of Somali Piracy 2012 Summary

In April 2013, OBP released its third study on the Economic Cost of Somali Piracy. The report provides a detailed analysis of nine specific cost categories and analyzes the major trends in Somali piracy for the year of 2012. The summary provides an overview of the cost...

State of Maritime PiracyTimothy Schommer
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
6/6/11
Human Cost of Somali Piracy 2010

Thousands of seafarers have been subjected to gunfire, beatings, confinement, and in some cases torture, in the Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden. In spite of the violent nature of these crimes, the human cost of piracy is under-reported and misunderstood by the public. The...

State of Maritime PiracyKaija Hurlburt
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 PiracyKaija Hurlburt
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 PiracyJens Vestergaard Madsen, Conor Seyle, Kellie Brandt, Ben Purser, Heather Randall & Kellie Roy
6/22/12
Human Cost of Somali Piracy 2011

The latest version of the joint study by Oceans Beyond Piracy and the International Maritime Bureau was launched at the International Maritime Organization’s headquarters in London on June 22, 2012 and details the plight of seafarers at the hands of Somali pirates. The...

State of Maritime PiracyKaija Hurlburt
6/27/14
State of Maritime Piracy 2 Page Summary

This document gives a concise yet comprehensive overview of OBP's most recent report "The State of Maritime Piracy 2013", which analyzes the human cost and economic cost of maritime piracy off both the east and west coast of Africa.

State of Maritime PiracyJens Vestergaard Madsen, Conor Seyle, Kellie Brandt, Ben Purser, Heather Randall & Kellie Roy

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