20 Feb 2020
Criminality and resilience
Emma Witbooi has a doctorate in marine and environmental law from University College London, and has published and presented widely in the field of fisheries crime. She is a research associate at the Nelson Mandela University, South Africa, and consults for the UNODC and UNDP. She is the lead author of the Blue Paper 16 Organized Crime in the Fisheries Sector for the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy and a director of the independent fisheries crime research network PescaDOLUS.
CEO/Technical Expert, Environmental Justice and Human Rights Organisation (JADE), Mexico
Associate Research Fellow, RMIT University (School of Global, Urban and Social Studies)
Trust and Safety Manager APAC, Facebook
Wildlife Trafficking and Health Coordinator Peru, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)
Agile Security Partners
Compliance Cordinator AMLFT, Fenacoac, R.L. Micoope
PhD Candidate, Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong
Law enforcement attaché, Embassy of France in Senegal
Novelist, journalist, professor. New York University Abu Dhabi
Senior Director, Center for Forensic Sciences, RTI International
Technical Expert, Socioenvironmental Analysis. Founder, Environmental Justice and Human Rights Organization (JADE).