Photo 1 – AMT 1 – Mr Sean McCarty (Manoah University) – Introducing Conflict AnalysisIn AMT 1 (EU Integrated Approach – from conflict analysis to Political Framework for Crisis Approach-PFCA), held virtually from Brussels from 12 to 16 April, course participants reflected on collaboration and cooperation among different actors, namely political, military and civilian crisis management, humanitarian and development aid actors in the wider context of Common Foreign and Security Policy.
Photo 2 – AMT 2A Syndicate Work – Military Strategic OptionsIn AMT 2A (CSDP Crisis Management at the Political-Strategic level – from PFCA to Strategic Options), held virtually from Thessaloniki between 17 to 21 May, course participants discussed the relevant aspects of interaction among crisis management structures by practicing and discussing the procedures, key stages and planning tools of crisis management at the political-strategic level, as part of the EU Integrated Approach to Conflict and Crisis.
Photo 3 AMT 2B – Plenary discussionsFinally, in AMT 2B (CSDP Crisis Management at the Strategic level – CONOPS development), held virtually from Rome from 05 to 09 July, course participants focused on the relevant aspects of interaction among crisis management structures, practising and discussing the procedures, key stages and planning tools of crisis management at the strategic level.
Photo 3. Rear Admiral Jean-Michel Martinet, Deputy Operation Commander of the operation EUNAVFOR MED IRINI delivering the Keynote Speech for AMT 2BWe would like to thank:
- Course participants for their steady and diligent efforts to learn and socialise their learning in the professional community the AMT created;
- Speakers, mentors and facilitators for their excellent, high quality contributions, advice and team work;
- The five training providers: the Hellenic Supreme Joint War College, the Italian Centre for Higher Defence Studies, Maynooth University in Ireland, the Swedish Armed Forces International Centre and the EU Military Staff.