On 3-7 June 2019, Fincent organised a highly successful Core Course on Security Sector Reform in close cooperation with the DCAF-ISSAT training team that delivered the five-day Advanced course on SSR. The course aims to enhance the skills, capacity and strategic thinking of participants on SSR principles through the sharing of views and experiences in
On 19-20 June human rights and gender advisers met in Brussels for their 11th annual meeting in order to share best practices and their experiences in the field with the EEAS structures and discuss the latest developments in EU policies in Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), Human Rights and Women, Peace and Security. The
Certified course under the auspices of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC). An international course for middle management civilian and military professionals The one week (5-day) course at the end of May 2019 was co-organised by the Spanish and Dutch Ministries of Defence and Foreign Affairs under the aegis of the European Security and
Sixty-five participants from EU member states and institutions, third states and international organisations joined a European Security and Defence College CSDP Orientation Course, organized by the Romanian National Defence College under the auspices of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, from 3 to 7 June 2019 in Brussels. The organisers’ aim
Training is a shared responsibility between Member States, Brussels and the Field The PDT is a “final cut briefing” complementing national preparatory training activities The PDT (blue field of the training cycle) is a “final cut briefing” complementing national preparatory training activities (grey field of the training cycle). It provides participants with the latest
The end of the CSDP Operations Planning Course, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, brings to a close the first iteration of the Advanced Modular Training (AMT) pilot course. Having brought together a large number of participants, trainers and mentors from the EU Member States (MS), institutions and EU Operations Headquarters (OHQ), the AMT proved its relevance
Since its inception in 2011, ENTRi – Europe’s New Training Initiative for Civilian Crisis Management – has had a major impact on the capacity-building landscape. ENTRi’s aim has been to enable staff working in crisis management and stabilisation missions to work more efficiently and effectively. Through its consortium of training institutions, ENTRi has developed a
The Brussels PDT, designed by the ESDC within the network of European training institutions and CPCC representatives, was tested as early as 2015 in a pilot phase and properly launched in the beginning of 2016. The ESDC is running 9 PDT courses per year in close co-operation with CPCC, MPCC, CMPD and other relevant actors
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