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  • Each node in a network represents a person, and the lines represent relationships with others, and pathways for the travel of knowledge. If this picture shows the relationships related to the Consortium, between Consortium participants, working groups are the places where relationships cluster. Each of you also belongs to other networks that we don’t see here. The creative power of the Consortium is realized when you leverage your other networks to bring smart people into the Consortium, and to propagate Consortium-produced knowledge outward. That is the meaning of the overall conference theme.
  • A small number of educators and researchers can influence a large number of security practitioners.
  • Conscious reflection and elaboration on usable learning methodologies Multinational 4 th annual hosted by Slovenia next week Exposes common challenges Develops strategies for single nation seminars Single nation Exposure to full faculty
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  • Consortium is you. Is not the Operations Staff—as you see we are limited. Consortium exists at level of individuals, institutions, nations. Mainly individuals in practice, but they only participate with support of their institution, and the institution only permits it if it is the policy of the nation (for government institutions).

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  • Update on Activities 12 th Annual Conference Henri Bigo Executive Director 17 June 2010 PfP Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes
  • Agenda
    • Goals
    • Structure
    • Working and Study Groups Overview
    • Annual Conference
    • Publications
    • Web Portal
  • Goals—Approved by SAC in 2008
    • Promote Defense Institution Building through defense education enhancement
    • Sustain Regional Stability through multinational education and research
    “In the Spirit of PfP”
  • Stakeholders
  • Network and Products CURRICULUM LEARNING METHODS POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS CAPACITY BUILDING SEMINARS SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS ON-LINE COURSES EDUCATORS RESEARCHERS CONSULTING WG WG WG WG WG WG www.icss.soton.ac.uk/research/core.html
  • What Makes PfPC Unique? EDUCATORS RESEARCHERS PRODUCTS SECURITY PRACTITIONERS INFLUENCE INFLUENCE INFLUENCE INFLUENCE
  • Structure Consortium Operations Staff Senior Advisory Council Consortium Steering Committee Track Regional Stability Track Security Sector Track Training & Education Editorial Board Support Communication Governance WG WG WG WG WG WG
  • Senior Advisory Council
    • Chairman : Dr. James MacDougall, U.S. Deputy Director, Marshall Center
    • Ukraine: MG Victor Balabin, Commandant, Military Institute, Taras Shevchenko National University
    • Switzerland: Mr. Alfons Beeler, Deputy Head, Strategic and International Affairs, Directorate for Security Policy, Federal Department of Defense, Civil Protection and Sports
    • U.S.: Mr. David Cate, Director, Partnership Capabilities, OSD Policy, Partnership Strategy and Stability Operations
    • Germany: MG Karl Muellner, Assistant Chief of Staff, Politico-Military Affairs and Arms Control, German MoD
    • Poland: MG Romuald Ratajczak, Commandant, Polish National Defence University
    • Austria: GEN Raimund Schittenhelm, Commandant, Austrian National Defense Academy
    • NATO: Dr. Jaroslaw Skonieczka, Director, Euro-Atlantic Integration and Partnership, HQ NATO
    PfPC Executive Director is SAC Secretary Austria Switzerland Germany USA NATO USA Ukraine Poland
  • Consortium Operations Staff
    • Executive Director
      • Henri Bigo
    • Deputy Executive Director
      • Lt Col Hans Mueller, GE-AF
    • International Program Manager
      • MAJ Enrico Mueller, GE-AF
    • International Program Coordinator
      • Mr. Vladimir Kalajdzhyan, Contractor , Culmen
    USA Germany Germany USA
  • Working/Study Groups
      • Education Development
      • Mr. John Berry ad interim
      • Advanced Distributed Learning (ISN, Switzerland)
      • Mr. Reto Schilliger
      • Combating Terrorism (Marshall Center)
      • Dr. Jay LeBeau
      • Security Sector Reform (DCAF, Switzerland)
      • Ms. Anja Ebnoether
      • Regional Stability in the Greater Black Sea Area (RO MOD)
      • MG (ret) Dr. Mihail Ionescu, Dr. R. Craig Nation
      • Regional Stability in Southeast Europe (Austrian MOD)
      • Mr. Predrag Jurekovic, Dr. P. Plantev, Dr. M. Stanicic
    USA Editorial Board Mr. Sean Costigan Bulgaria Croatia Austria USA Switzerland Romania USA Switzerland USA
  • Education Development Working Group ED WG Mr. John Berry, Interim Chairman USA
  • Education Development Working Group Method VOLUNTEER EDUCATORS AND PRACTITIONERS EDUCATION OF PARTNER DEFENSE PROFESSIONALS HOW TO TEACH WHAT TO TEACH IN-COUNTRY CONSULTATIONS TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS CURRICULUM DEFENSE EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (DEEP)
  • DEEP Projects
    • Kazakhstan
    • Georgia
    • Azerbaijan
    • Armenia
    • Moldova
    • Close cooperation with NATO
  • Teaching/Learning Methodologies
    • Seminars for Partner Educators
      • Multinational
      • Single nation
  • Curriculum Development
    • Reference Curricula
      • Defense Institution Building
      • Professional Military Education
    • Tailored consultations
  • Combating Terrorism Working Group CT WG Dr. Jay LeBeau, Chairman USA
  • CT WG Method
    • One theme each year
    • Research, meet twice to share insights
    • Produce findings and recommendations
  • Themes
    • Terrorist Recruitment in Europe
      • 2007
    • Intelligence Cooperation Against Terrorism
      • 2008
    • Terrorism and the Internet
      • 2009
    • Homegrown Terrorism and Self-Radicalization
      • 2010
  • Regional Stability in Southeast Europe Study Group RSSEE SG Co-chairs Mr. Predrag Jurekovic Dr. Plamen Pantev Dr. Mladen Stanicic Bulgaria Croatia Austria
  • RSSEE SG Method
    • Identify two regional policy themes
    • Organize single events to discuss themes
    • Produce publications and policy papers
  • RSSEE SG 2010 Themes
    • 15 Years of Peace-Building Activities in the Western Balkans – Lessons Learned and Challenges
      • Reichenau, Austria, 23-26 Apr, 2010
    • Sarajevo, 24-27 Sep, 2010, theme TBD
      • In collaboration with Center for Security Studies, Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Security Sector Reform Working Group SSR WG Ms. Anja Ebnoether, Chairwoman Switzerland
  • Gender and SSR Project
    • Increase effectiveness of security measures
      • Listen to women on local security issues affecting them
        • Especially in segregated societies
      • Prevent gender-based violence
        • Undermines confidence in security sector
      • Show example of respect for human rights
      • Include women in security forces
    • Support integration of UNSCR 1325 and gender perspectives in NATO
    Human Security State Security
  • Advanced Distributed Learning Working Group ADL WG Mr. Reto Schilliger, Chairman Switzerland
  • ADL WG Method
    • Assist Partner nations to establish ADL
      • Low-cost writing (SCORM) and learning (ILIAS) software
    • Workshops
      • Software familiarization
      • Course production and maintenance
      • Future developments
      • National “ADL day”
  • Regional Stability in the Greater Black Sea Working Group RSGBSA WG Major General (ret) Dr. Mihail Ionescu, Chairman Dr. R. Craig Nation, U.S. Army War College, Co-chair Romania USA
  • RSGBSA WG Method
    • Seminars delivered by “Mobile Contact Teams” (MCT)
    • Four cluster areas of regional interest
      • Crisis Management--2008
        • Romanian National Defense University “Carol I”
      • Defense Institution Building (DIB)--2009
        • Bulgarian National Defense and Staff College “Rakovski”
      • Human Resources Management--2010
        • George C. Marshall Center
      • Transnational Security Challenges—2011
        • Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey
    • Basis for future Black Sea Defense College?
  • RSGBSA 2010
    • Crisis Management Seminar
      • Single nation
      • May 2010
      • Ukraine
    • Human Resources Management Seminar
      • Multinational
      • Sep 2010
      • Moldova
  • Publications Editorial Board Chairman Mr. Sean Costigan USA
    • Volunteer Editorial Board, 12 members from seven countries
    • Connections quarterly journal
      • Shipped to 812 institutions in 43 countries.
      • Full text at http://consortium.pims.org, www.ciaonet.org, www.isn.ethz.ch
    • ProQuest
    Publications
  • Web Portal: Powered by PIMS
    • Password-protected working group access
      • Social networking capability
      • Members may post items
    • Public access
      • Publications, ADL courses, archives
    • New software
  • Conclusion
    • The Consortium is YOU
    • Academic freedom
    • Partnership and networking among volunteers
    • Educators and researchers influence practitioners
    • Meaningful projects—useful products
    Strengthening Democracies Through Knowledge
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