High Seas Treaty Dialogues: 20 & 21 October on Cross-cutting Issues


The High Seas Treaty Dialogues on 20 & 21 October focused on Implementation, Compliance and Dispute Settlement (October 20) that was moderated by Eden Charles, and Perspectives on Data Information and Management | Marine Genetic Resources, including Sharing of Benefits (October 21) that was moderated by Dire Tladi.

The High Seas Treaty Dialogues are bringing together government representatives and experts in a Track 1.5 dialogue to make concrete progress toward the adoption of a United Nations “High Seas Treaty” – an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction.

Since April 2020 the High Seas Treaty Dialogues have convened delegates online, hosted by the governments of Belgium, Monaco and Costa Rica in collaboration with the High Seas Alliance. The High Seas Treaty Dialogues are organized and administrated by The International Center for Dialogue and Peace-building.

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