GCSP Transformative Futures Day 2023
This public event is brought to you by the GCSP’s Creative Spark and Geopolitics and Global Futures Programme. It is open to everyone and will be recorded.
How can we rethink and transform our current systems and approaches to conflict prevention, management, and resolution?
Learn more during the GCSP’s first-ever Transformative Futures Day, scheduled for 30 May 2023.
This interactive event will explore how we can generate new knowledge and approaches to more proactive and preventive measures for a future in which conflicts are resolved peacefully, and societies can thrive in a safe and secure environment.
It will feature a webinar on "Cybersecurity and its Transformative Implications for Peace and Security", and will culminate with the awarding of the 2023 GCSP Prize for Transformative Futures in Peace and Security.
The GCSP’s Transformative Futures Day is a must-attend for anyone interested in the future of security.
- 15h00 - 16h15 – Webinar: "Cybersecurity and its Transformative Implications for Peace and Security"
Dr Lennart Maschmeyer, Senior Researcher, the Center for Security Studies, Zurich, Switzerland
Q&A Session moderated by Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan
- 16h15 - 16h30 – Break
- 16h30 - 17h30 – Prize Ceremony
Presentation of the 2023 GCSP Prize for Transformative Futures in Peace and Security: Discover the winners and their transformative concepts that can help us build a more peaceful and secure future!
The Jury of the 2023 GCSP Prize for Transformative Futures in Peace and Security is composed of:
- Mr Alexander Barclay, Delegate for digital policy, State of Geneva
- Mr Gilles Carbonnier, Vice-President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
- Ms Sophie Dubuis, President, Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation
- Prof. Dr. Andreas Wenger, Professor of International and Swiss Security Policy, ETH Zurich
- Ambassador Thomas Greminger, Director, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)
- Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan, Head of the GCSP’s Geopolitics and Global Futures Programme and Honorary Fellow at St Antony's College, University of Oxford
- Ms Anne-Caroline Pissis Martel, Head of the GCSP’s Global Fellowship Initiative and Creative Spark