The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) launches the 21st edition of the European Security Course this week.
The eight-week course runs from 6 February until 31 March 2017. By examining global security challenges relative to Europe, the course helps security professionals deepen their understanding of security policy challenges by assessing the intersections between transnational threats and responses.
The GCSP delights in welcoming 22 participants from 21 different countries. This year, new participants will join from four new countries: Italy, Madagascar, Mongolia and Singapore.
“This is a great course for candidates specially who have had exposure to peace and security issues,” says Anna Brach who serves as Course Director and Senior Programme Officer on Emerging Security at the GCSP. “I hope that participants will come away with a greater understanding of security policy challenges."