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OECD Strategic Crisis Management Workshop, presentation by Ambassador Kees NEDERLOF

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This presentation by Ambassador Kees Nederlof, Sherpa 2016 Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) was made at the 2014 OECD/Swiss Federal Chancellery Strategic Crisis Management Workshop (12-13 June, Geneva).

This presentation by Ambassador Kees Nederlof, Sherpa 2016 Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) was made at the 2014 OECD/Swiss Federal Chancellery Strategic Crisis Management Workshop (12-13 June, Geneva).


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  • 1. Crisis exercise with leaders at The Hague NSS OECD, 12 – 13 June 2014 Kees Nederlof 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 1
  • 2. NSS Plenary hall 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 2
  • 3. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 3 • Raise awareness • Share internal coordination approaches • International cooperation • Communication
  • 4. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 4 No “games” -- focus on discussion
  • 5. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 5 No “games” -- focus on discussion 1. Video with scenario
  • 6. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 6
  • 7. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 7 No “games” -- focus on discussion 1. Video with scenario 2. Question + multiple choice
  • 8. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 8 • No “games” -- focus on discussion • Video with scenario • Question + multiple choice answers • Discussion triggered by summarized answers
  • 9. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 9 No “games” -- focus on discussion 1. Video with scenario 2. Question + multiple choice 3. Summarized answers Discussion
  • 10. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 10 • No “games” -- focus on discussion • Video with scenario • Question + multiple choice answers • Discussion triggered by summarized answers
  • 11. VIDEO 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 11
  • 12. Some conclusions (1) Politicians require different approach:  Broad “political” concepts  No procedures  No factual questions 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 12
  • 13. Some conclusions (2) Suitable topics:  Terrorism  Health pandemics  Natural hazards 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 13
  • 14. Some conclusions (3) Less suitable:  Political crisis  Participants accuse each other  Only few participants can influence crisis 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 14
  • 15. Some conclusions (4) Carefully design scenario:  Fictitious – but realistic  No association with specific country  Keep lead-in question(s) simple 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 15
  • 16. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 16 • No “games” -- focus on discussion • Video with scenario • Question + multiple choice answers • Discussion triggered by summarized answers
  • 17. Some conclusions (4) Carefully design scenario:  Fictitious – but realistic  No association with specific country  Keep lead-in question(s) simple 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 17
  • 18. Some conclusions (4) Carefully design scenario:  Fictitious – but realistic  No association with specific country  Keep lead-in question(s) simple 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 18
  • 19. Scenario Based Policy Discussion 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 19
  • 20. Thank you for your attention 24-25 March | The Hague | The Netherlands 20 www.nss2014.com