Announcement: The 5th CMDR COE Annual Conference

The purpose of every CMDR COE Annual Conference is to promote ideas in a way that will advance the common understanding as well as gain points of view that might not have been otherwise considered. The interagency interaction is a core task that requires common efforts and advanced knowledge to collaborate the skills of many actors – governmental, non-governmental, regional, local etc. The Conference is a goodwill venue for all those who work in and around crisis management and disaster response, from the civilian and military communities that wish to share opinion and experience, learn from, and to meet with interlocutors from around the world. Since its foundation the main objectives of the CMDR COE Annual Conference have remain the same:
– To spread the knowledge concerning Lessons Identified/Lessons Learned in disasters relief and humanitarian assistance, consequence management and the ways of mitigation the effects of the natural and manmade calamities.
– To make contacts in order to exchange ideas among the members of the crisis management community of interest.
– To bring opportunities for the researchers from different countries to present their work and share experience with other scientists working in the same field.
– To share data and facilitate cooperation between research institutes and governmental organisations.

The Conference`2017 is open to all NATO Nations and Partners, governmental, non-governmental and international organizations and will include 3 panels: I. DEFENCE SUPPORT IN DISASTER RESPONSE OPERATIONS
II. IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO MILITARY ACTIVITIES
III. BUILDING SOCIETAL RESILIENCY AND MITIGATING VULNERABILITY

The working language will be English and interpretation services to and from other languages will not be provided. No limitation for participants by nation, no security clearance is required (non-classified information will be shared).

For registration please go here: https://www.cmdrcoe.org/menu.php?m_id=2&c_id=58

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