Canadian House of Commons recognizes the PfP Consortium!

CANADA (7 December, 2017) - Yesterday 7 December during Members' Statements, the Hon. Wayne Easter rose to get the Canadian House of Commons to recognize the PfP Consortium, after he participated in the Security Sector Reform Working Group workshop we held on Intelligence Reform and Best Practices, in Budapest Hungary, alongside our colleagues from DCAF.

Counterinsurgency (COIN) Reference Curriculum

This document aims to serve as a reference, a starting place, for individuals or organizations in NATO member states and partner countries looking to develop and/or supplement their professional military education (PME) in the area of Counterinsurgency (COIN).

Reference Curricula Fact Sheet

Information Paper: Reference Curricula Available for DEEP/AMEP Utilization

Advanced Distributed Learning Working Group – Onwards and Upwards with Anytime Anywhere Learning

CHISINAU, Moldova (23-25 November, 2017) - From 23 to 26 April, the Advanced Distributed Learning Working Group (ADL WG) held its first workshop of the season in Chisinau, Moldova. The workshop emphasized the progress made by nations and institutions comparatively new to ADL, and also focused on the provision of a better user interface using state-of-the-art video embedding technology, sustainment of the PfP Consortium ADL WG’s website by integrating into the GlobalNet framework and application to language training.

16th Workshop of the PfP Consortium’s Study Group on Regional Stability in the South Caucasus

REICHENAU, Austria (12 November, 2017) - Berlin-based think tank Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC), jointly with Goettingen University and the Austrian Ministry of Defence and Sports have increased their partnership and cooperation to support the 9-12 November 2017 workshop of the PfP Consortium’s Study Group on Regional Stability in the South Caucasus (RSSC SG at https://pfp-consortium.org), championed by the Austrian National Defence Academy.

Partnership for Peace Consortium’s Combating Terrorism Working Group Leads Seminar on Foreign Terrorist Fighters in Skopje, Macedonia

SKOPJE, Macedonia (9 November, 2017) – The Republic of Macedonia, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and the United States Embassy in Macedonia co-hosted the Partnership for Peace Consortium’s (PfPC) Combating Terrorism Working Group  (CTWG). The CTWG led a cutting-edge simulation exercise entitled “Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Promoting Prevention and Resilience,” from November 7 to November 9, 2017.

The role and prospects of Defense Institution Building in the South Caucasus

This policy paper, produced by the Regional Security in South Caucasus Working Group, explores the relationship between Defence Institution Building (DIB) and regional stability in the South Caucasus as well as in Ukraine.

Mongolia completes crucial milestone in defense education transformation Featured

Garmisch Partenkirchen, GERMANY (July 21, 2017) - George C. Marshall European Center German deputy Dean Sven Gareis traveled to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 5-12, for the final review of the first phase of Mongolia’s Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP) made possible through the Partnership for Peace Consortium, NATO and the Marshall Center.  

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