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The Role of Territorial Defense Forces in Peace and War

(Budapest, Hungary, 27-31 May 2019) - The Role of Territorial Defense Forces in Peace and War: proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Partnership for Peace Consortium Euro-Atlantic Conflict Studies Working Group.

PfPC's SSR to Conduct a 3-day Webinar on Role of Civil Society Featured

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, July 1, 2020 - Within the framework of PfPC’s Security Sector Reform Working Group the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces is conducting a 3 day webinar “Addressing Challenges in Security Sector Reform - Role of Civil Society”.

NATO launches Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum Featured

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, June 18, 2020  - The PfPC is proud to be an essential part of the development of the newest Reference Curricula launched by NATO last week. The first-ever Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum (CTRC) supports interested Allies and partner countries in enhancing their capacities to develop national skills and improve counter-terrorism strategies. The Curricula was developed with the essential support of one of the Co-Chair of PfPC's Counter-Terrorism Working Group Dr. Sajjan Goel and Dr. David Emelifeonwu, a Member of PfPC's Education Development Working Group.

Counter-Terrorism (CT) Reference Curriculum

The PfPC is proud to be an essential part of the development of the newest Reference Curricula launched by NATO last week. The first-ever Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum (CTRC) supports interested Allies and partner countries in enhancing their capacities to develop national skills and improve counter-terrorism strategies. The Curricula was developed with the essential support of one of the Co-Chair of PfPC's Counter-Terrorism Working Group Dr. Sajjan Goel and Dr. David Emelifeonwu, a Member of PfPC's Education Development Working Group.

Transatlantic Security Jam over: read-only site remains accessible Featured

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, May 15, 2020 - The Transatlantic Security Jam (TASJ) was closed by General (ret.) Breedlove, former SACEUR, on 14 May 2020. It ran over 50 hours and included 159 VIPs. Additionally, of the 2750 registered participants, 1947 took an active role (logged in); therefore, those numbers underline the successful execution of the Jam.

The 2020 Transatlantic Security Jam: Securing the Post-COVID Future. Schedule for May 14th, 2020 Featured

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, May 15, 2020 - The 2020 Transatlantic Security Jam: Securing the Post-COVID Future started on Tuesday, May 12th,, but you still have the last day to contribute. More than 2.700 participants have registered, and more than 160 VIPs from all over the world have confirmed their participation. Looking forward to seeing you online on www.collaborationjam.com/transatlanticsecurityjam

- UPDATE - Transatlantic Security Jam: Securing the post COVID future, (12 - 14 May 2020) Featured

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, May 2020 - The virtual conference will be held completely online from Tuesday, May 12th, from 15:00 CET (09:00 EST) continuously until Thursday, May 14th, at 17:00 CET (11:00 EST).  Everyone in our defense and security community is welcome to participate – it is a whole of government and whole of society approach; access to a web browser is all that is required.

Like a regular conference there will be multiple forums, lots of “speakers” making written interventions, interactive polls, and dynamic discussions, but unlike a normal conference the “Jam” platform courtesy of IBM analyses thousands of posted interactions to continuously propose the most active and well-supported ideas back into the debates to spiral the interactions into higher order outcomes, which means that by the end of the event the best ideas for going forward are easily identified as are the most pertinent arguments.  A comprehensive report will summarize the outcomes for our use.

Stay Safe and Healthy

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, March 2020 - In these challenging times, we are all navigating through uncertainty for ourselves, our loved ones, as well as our program. It's a very worrying period for all. We hope you are all in good health, and the Coronavirus pandemic will soon be over. At this time, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all our projects until further notice. We will continue to monitor guidance from national and international public health and government organizations.

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CALL FOR PAPERS for the 20th Annual Conference of the Euro-Atlantic Conflict Studies Working Group

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, February 2020 - CALL FOR PAPERS for the 20th Annual Conference of the Euro-Atlantic Conflict Studies Working Group "From Peace to War, from War to Peace/Conflict Initiation and Termination: Implications for Policy Makers"

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