Young Professionals in Foreign Policy has partnered with Security and Defence Agenda (SDA) in their annual 'Security Jam'. This is an interactive, online policy debate between stakeholders from all backgrounds and will involve YPFP members and staff from across the world in an exclusive YPFP hosted chat session.
Sign up for free and help draft the top 10 recommendations that will form a roadmap to be presented to the new NATO and EU leaderships as they begin their mandate and tackle issues such as Ukraine, Syria and cyber-defence. Further details will follow.
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy has been offered an exclusive live-chat session, which will take place on Wednesday 15 October at 11pmCET/5pmEST. YPFP staff from around the world will be asked: "What skills, knowledge and networks will the foreign policy leader of 2030 need?" Rising powers, cybersecurity, political extremism, demographic trends and the environment are all amongst the big topics that will be debated. The aspiring foreign policy leaders of tomorrow must prepare for these challenges today.
For more information and to register, please visit www.securityjam.org.
Don't forget to check out the Security Jam video as well as the list of confirmed VIP Jammers here: http://goo.gl/oAAri1
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