|16 Jul. 2021 ||
NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme continues its long-standing contribution to the sustainment of Afghan defence and security institutions
For more than a decade, through its Defence Education Enhancement Programme, NATO has supported the development and sustainment of Afghan national defence and security military education system. This programme is articulated through three intertwined pillars: curriculum development, faculty development and institutional assistance.
|13 Jul. 2021 ||
NATO provides postgraduate studies to move forward its Defence Education Enhancement Programme in spite of pandemic
Between October 2020 and June 2021 and in response to the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic, NATO set up and successfully completed a series of postgraduate studies on "E-teacher and e-instructor within a new learning environment caused by COVID-19".
|29 Apr. 2021 ||
NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme develops a strategy in support of professional military education
Responding to the challenges of the pandemic, many NATO Allies and partners participated in a virtual meeting of the ‘COVID-19 Defence Education Distance Learning Best Practices and Lessons Learned – Strategy Development Conference’ from 12-14 April 2021. Organised by NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) and the War Studies University in Warsaw, the conference suports the adaptation and development of professional military education with online platforms.
|05 Feb. 2021 ||
NATO implements Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum in Ukraine
NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) eAcademy recently offered students of the National Defence University of Ukraine a pioneering two-week programme focused on international security. The online course was shaped by NATO’s Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum (CTRC), which provides an overview of terrorist ideologies, motivations and methods, as well as contemporary counter-terrorism practices. The course helps participants develop the knowledge and skills needed to understand terrorism and counterterrorism in order to successfully anticipate and mitigate potential threats.
|24 Nov. 2020 ||
NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) supports distance learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Personnel from NATO and partner countries held a first virtual meeting from 16 to 18 November in order to exchange best practices from professional military education institutions using online platforms. Responding to the challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) hosted the event with the aim support the adaptation and development of professional military education to the new circumstances.
|25 Sep. 2020 ||
NATO Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) deepens defence capacity building for partners
A total of 99 personnel, representing 53 defence education institutions and NATO staff from 20 Allied nations and Western European Partner countries participated in the seven-day annual Clearing House meeting under NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP). The online gathering took place on 14-22 September 2020. The meeting helped to identify and meet partner needs, seek to develop synergies and cooperation between DEEP programmes, as well as harmonise bilateral efforts.
|12 Jun. 2020 ||
NATO launches Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum
NATO today (12 June 2020) launches its first ever Counter-Terrorism Reference Curriculum (CTRC). It supports interested Allies and partner countries in enhancing their capacities to develop national skills and improve counter-terrorism strategies.
|16 Apr. 2020 ||
Coronavirus response: Czech and Serbian cooperation helps develop new medical protective masks
The Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence (NBC) Institute of the University of Defence in Brno, Czech Republic is providing an effective contribution to the fight against the spread of the coronavirus, using a NATO cooperation framework.
|11 Mar. 2020 ||
NATO and Serbia boost cooperation on defence education
On 25 February 2020, Major General Ilija Todorov, Deputy Commandant of the Serbian Joint Forces Command, opened the 4th Multinational Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO) Workshop in Belgrade. The event was hosted by the Republic of Serbia, under the title “Focusing on NCO Professional Military Education (PME) as a tool for development of the NCO corps for the XXI Century.” It was was co-organised by NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) and the Partnership for Peace Consortium.
|29 Jan. 2020 ||
NATO supports continued development of Iraq’s defence education institutions
On 12-14 January 2020, a delegation from Iraq’s National Defence College visited Ukraine’s National Defence University in Kyiv.