This policy paper, produced by the Regional Security in South Caucasus Working Group, explores the relationship between Defence Institution Building (DIB) and regional stability in the South Caucasus as well as in Ukraine.
Varna, Bulgaria (July 6, 2016) - From 28 June to 1 July, a 58 person strong team of defense education and defense institution building leaders from 19 countries and 41 institutions convened at the Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy of Bulgaria for the fifth annual NATO Functional Clearing House, and concurrent meeting of the Education Development Working Group (EDWG).
This handbook is a useful defense education and defense institution building tool for gender and international security experts, military instructors and educators. It is a comprehensive resource on what to teach and how to teach gender in the military and can help cultivate a network of experts and enhance further collaboration between NATO and Partner Nations.
Kiev, Ukraine (March 4, 2016) – As part of a collaborative Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP) effort, the National Defense University of Ukraine (NDUU) hosted a workshop from 29 February to 3 March, focusing on faculty development and innovative learning.
This document provides NATO partner countries with in-depth learning objectives and curriculum development support for academic courses focused on defense institution building or reform. It is informed in part by the typical academic programs and courses found in Western civilian and military academic institutions.