TransConflict hereby recommends a Intelligence and Information Management in Peace Operations Course in Belgrade, Serbia, from 11-16th November 2018, organized by the Conflux Center.
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The objective of the course is to develop a deeper understanding and specific skills in information management and the use of intelligence in integrated peace operations.
This will be the first course to be guided by the new United Nations Peacekeeping Intelligence Policy and will be a central topic throughout the course.
The course program is designed for mid and senior level civilian, military and police working in international organizations (UN, AU, EU, OSCE etc.), and those working in governments, non-governmental organizations and academic institutions.
The course will include the management of internal and cross agency information sharing, coordination and cooperation, with a view to strengthening decision-making process and operational effectiveness in the field.
The training will consist of contributions and facilitated discussions by senior experts and practitioners in this field, as well as simulation exercises, role play and case studies which will comprise over half of the course.
The course fee is 1,250 euros and includes:
- Training activities
- Administrative materials
- Opening and closing ceremonies
- Farewell dinner and,
- Sightseeing tour
Partial subsidy is available to a limited number of applicants. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and motivational letter. Once your application has been reviewed you will be notified promptly.
The course will be conducted at Hotel M, Bulevar Oslobodjenja 56a, Belgrade.
About the Conflux Center
Founded in Belgrade, Serbia, the Conflux Center is a politically independent and impartial organization, that, like a conflux of rivers, aims to bring together people of various backgrounds and expertise in order to exchange ideas and experiences to create a strong united front with the goal of building the path towards open dialogue and improved mediation practices on a global level.
The mission of Conflux Center is to promote international cooperation, intercultural dialogue and mediation as essential tools in addressing challenges and threats to world peace and security.