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Security Jam 2012: The EU supports brainstorming on global security issues

Security Jam, an online brainstorming on global security issues, will take place from 19 to 23 March with the support of the EU. It is expected to be a ‘unique opportunity to collectively define the solutions to pressing security issues’.
 
The initiative will involve representatives of national governments and armed forces, international institutions, NGOs, think-tanks, industry and the media.
 
Jammers participate as individuals, not reflecting the positions of organisations they are affiliated with. The most innovative recommendations will be presented to the NATO and EU leaderships ahead of the May 2012 Chicago summits.
 
The EU will be represented by DSG Popowski and General van Osch. All Delegation websites have already been linked to the Security Jam web site. (ENPI Info Centre)
 
Read more
 
Press release
 
Security Jam video
 
EU Delegation – Egypt
 
ENPI Info Centre webpage – Egypt


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