The II Course on Maritime Security, organised by the Atlantic Centre in partnership with the National Defence Institute (IDN) of Portugal, NATO Committee on Gender Perspectives (NCGP) and Cameroon, will take place from 17-20 May 2022, in the Portuguese Military Air Base Nº 4, Lajes, Terceira Island, Azores, under the topic “Maritime Security and Human Security”.
The course aims to provide the appropriate conceptual tools to better grasp the complexity of multidimensional maritime challenges, as well as to explore how to best strengthen capacities and foster local resilience, while promoting solutions that enhance social cohesion and advance respect for human rights and dignity in maritime-bound contexts.
The following eligibility criteria should be abided:
- Staff officers from all services of the armed forces (OF3-OF5) or civilians equivalent, including high-level public officials, researchers, academics, NGOs and IOs staff and practitioners.
- Nationals from or working in an Atlantic country.
- Proven relevant experience in the field of maritime security and related areas.The Atlantic Centre strongly encourages a balanced participation of men and women in its activities.
Documents to be submitted:
- Application/Motivation letter from the candidate
The required documentation should be submitted on the registration form. The organizing committee, composed of one representative of each partner entity, will have the final decision regarding every participant.
The deadline for applications is closed. A final decision of admission will be provided soon.