The Royal Australian Navy’s presence at INDO PACIFIC 2022 includes 10 conferences and symposia.
Collectively the conferences and exposition offer an engaging and thought-provoking program for those with a personal and professional interest in naval and maritime affairs.
The following three major conferences will be streamed live in order to reach Naval personnel and other interested audience members who were unable to attend INDO PACIFIC 2022 and the Sea Power Conference in person.
In 2022, Sea Power Conference will explore the broad theme ‘The Indo-Pacific Maritime Domain in the 21st Century – A Commonality of Purpose’. This theme explores geopolitics, maritime security and the maritime ecosystem in the Indo-Pacific, the ‘Grey Zone’, and the importance of cooperative and collaborative regional partnerships in the Indo-Pacific.
In 2022, the King-Hall History Conference theme is “Exercise Kakadu; then and now”. Exercise Kakadu has become one of the largest naval exercises in the Indo-Pacific and plays an important role in building regional maritime security capacity. In a series of panels, chaired by some of Australia’s leading historians, the conference will hear from participants in Exercise Kakadu and the lessons garnered for both individuals, navies and nations.
In 2022, the Sailors’ Forum theme is ‘Friendship, Partnership and Leadership.’ Join senior enlisted personnel from Indo Pacific navies as they explore the Forum’s theme and discuss ways of making leadership more of a partnership in the navy of the future.