The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) launches the 22nd edition of the European Security Course this week.
The eight-week European Security Course runs from 5 February until 30 March 2018. 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 is delighted to welcome 22 participants from 21 different countries including, for the first time, a representative from Botswana.
“This is a great opportunity for security professionals from and outside of Europe to better understand interlinkages between different security challenges and among regions” says Anna Brach who serves as Course Director and Senior Programme Officer on Emerging Security Challenges at the GCSP. “The next two months at the GCSP will challenge participants’ mind-set and give them tools to be of better service to their governments and organisations in the future."