Sommaire: 19 - 23 March - A 4-day Online Discussion on Key Security Issues Worldwide
Let's Jam. The Security Jam focuses the brainpower of thousands of experts around the world on key security issues. Over four days participants will login to a state-of-the-art online collaboration platform to share their views on pressing security & defence issues in eight discussion forums moderated by senior experts from leading think tanks.
. FUTURE CAPABILITIES & TECHNOLOGIES
. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
. FORGING STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
. CRISIS MANAGEMENT
. FACING THE CYBER-CHALLENGE
. TRANSNATIONAL & HYBRID THREATS
. LIBYA - LESSONS-LEARNED
. AFGHANISTAN LESSONS-LEARNED
Now it's your turn. Take this opportunity to influence leaders with your ideas. Whether you are a soldier in Afghanistan, a researcher in London or a diplomat in Sierra Leone, the quality of your ideas is all that matters. Security Jam 2012 lets you take part in frank discussions and the free exchange of ideas with colleagues worldwide, and then you can select the most innovative ideas.
Make a real impact. Global leaders will receive the Jam's initial results ahead of the NATO and G8 summits in Chicago in May 2012. EU and NATO leadership will receive the full report, including the ten most acclaimed recommendations, in Brussels later that month. The report will also be sent to thousands of high-level policymakers around the world.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity; join us March 19th - 23rd 2012 www.securityjam.org
VIPs will include:
Admiral James Stavridis, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe
Gen. Stéphane Abrial, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation
Maciej Popowski, EEAS Deputy Secretary General
Claude-France Arnould, EDA Chief Executive
The 2010 Security Jam saw some 4,000 experts from around the world - Admiral James Stavridis, SACEUR, jammed from 20,000 feet while explorer Alain Hubert jammed from Antarctica. Others VIPs kept feeding the discussion with original insights and answered direct questions from fellow jammers. The Security Jam report, containing innovative recommendations for improving security policies, was presented to the EU and NATO leaderships and was distributed in hard copy to 3,000 senior policymakers in Europe, the United Statesand beyond. It received global media attention, among others from The New York Times, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, and numerous specialist publications and blogs.
Read about other VIPs at www.securityjam.org
Registration is free of charge - REGISTER NOW
Get involved: For press enquiries and more information on this project please contact Project Manager Mr. Andrea Ghianda on andrea.ghianda(at)securitydefenceagenda.org.