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Technological changes in EU security & defence: What are the implications for the military workforce?

Foreign policy, Security and Defence
Date: Tuesday, 19 March 2019 09:15 - 11:30

Venue: EPC

EUROMIL and the EPC are jointly organising this event.

The event will address three topics of discussion. The first part is dedicated to building a comprehensive understanding of the emergence of new technologies in the security & defence sector. The second part of the workshop aims to investigate and discuss the link between new technologies and the skills required for the jobs of tomorrow in the security & defence sector. Finally, the workshop will end with a discussion about the preparedness of today’s workforce, with an emphasis on identifying good practices to equip military staff with the right skills. The workshop will be chaired by Claire Dhéret, Head of the EPC Programme ‘Social Europe & Well-being’.

Lucia Retter, Senior Analyst, RAND

Flemming Vinther, Board member/Chairman, EUROMIL/HKKF

Maaike Verbruggen,  Researcher, Institute for European Studies, Vrije University of Brussels

Paulina Zamelek, Research Fellow, Casimir Pulaski Foundation #EUevents

 

 

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  • Tuesday, 19 March 2019 09:15 - 11:30

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