NATO Partnerships 360 Symposium

NATO Partnerships 360 Symposium


Date: (13-07-2022)

NATO Partnerships 360 Symposium is a collaborative venture that brings together civilian and military representatives from Allies and NATO Partner Nations to inform and build NATO’s partnerships programmes.

This year’s symposium featured five in-depth breakout sessions, each addressing a fundamental aspect of NATO’s partnership endeavours: Capacity Building, Innovation, Interoperability, Human Security, and the Rules-Based International Order. It also addressed implications of the new Strategic Concept, Resilience and Partnership in a plenary format. The event, co-organized by Allied Command Transformation and the International Staff Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, engaged the partnership network and community in Geneva, Switzerland from 11 to 13 July 2022.
CMDR COE experts took part in the NATO Partnership 360 Symposim. CIV Gergana Vaklinova was part of a panel discussion on Resilience.
The plenary session on Resilience and Partnerships addressed how NATO can take forward its ambition for a more strategic, integrated and coordinated approach to strengthening national and collective resilience. It focused on how to project forward resilience, requirements to have resilient military forces, the impact of climate and energy security on our resilience, and the role of societies and citizens in building national resilience. Through the Strengthened Resilience Commitment agreed at the 2021 Brussels’ Summit, Allied Heads of State and Government called for more engagement with societies and populations, the private and non-governmental sectors, as well as for closer cooperation with partners and international organisations engaged in resilience and civil preparedness efforts, especially with the European Union.

 



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