Science for Peace and Security
Call for Proposals
The Implementation of UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and related Resolutions
The Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme is soliciting applications for grants for Advanced Research Workshops, Advanced Training Courses, and Multi-year research projects to be organised by scientists, experts, and policy-makers of NATO Member States and Partner countries to support the implementation of UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and related Resolutions
Active cooperation with Azerbaijan
10 Apr. 2014
Scientists, researchers and experts from various countries gathered in Baku on 10 April to exchange views on new initiatives and proposals to engage with NATO through science programmes and activities. Proposals touched on activities in fields ranging from energy security and cyber defence through to the promotion of the role of women in matters related to peace and security.
Egyptian desert: new technologies for landmine detection
03 Apr. 2014
Egypt is regarded as one of the most contaminated countries in the world in terms of the number of mines and explosive remnants of war scattered across its territory. The issue poses a serious security challenge for local populations and hinders economic development and investment. As a result, large swathes of land are rendered unsafe and unusable.
Building cyber defence expertise in Moldova
13 Jan. 2014
Cyber threats know no borders and are of increasing concern. Training and education is fundamental for improving the defence of networks across Allied and partner countries. Cyber defence is a key priority area of cooperation for Moldova. In January, a group of Moldovan system/network administrators took part in a two-week training course in Turkey to build expertise and improve the ability to strengthening the defence of critical infrastructure.
Last updated: 16-Dec-2013 10:05