PfPC's Senior Advisory Council and Consortium Steering Committee Meet in Grainau
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SAC/CSC Meet in Grainau

Grainau, Germany - On December 12th, 2023 in Grainau, Germany, the Partnership for Peace (PfP) Consortium's Senior Advisory Council (SAC) and Consortium Steering Committee (CSC) convened to strategize the consortium's direction and structure. Highlighting an increase in contributions from stakeholders and plans for enhanced digital outreach, the meeting focused on strengthening the consortium's global impact. Key discussions involved nominating new chairs to lead a reformed Irregular Warfare and Hybrid Threats Working Group (Fmr. Irregular Warfare and Resilience), in-depth assessments of activities executed in 2023, and planning for future challenges, including adding climate and environmental considerations in the body of research of working and study groups. The session emphasized the importance of innovative and adaptable approaches to address evolving global threats, setting a program plan for 2024 and beyond, with the CSC scheduled to meet in February to further develop the 2025 program plan.

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