Onsite - GCSP-ASIS160: Lessons from the Covid19 Crisis
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What can we learn from the COVID crisis and what should we be prepared for next?
Whilst the global impact of the COVID pandemic is still reverberating, critical lessons learnt need to be assessed at all levels of civil society. What considerations need to be evaluated and how can security and crisis managers prepare better for the next major event? The GCSP has dialogued with hundreds of crisis managers, scientists, leaders and decision makers, policy thinkers and academics over the last 18 months; what can we start to distill from these reflections and what should we be doing looking ahead?
The Geneva Center for Security Policy and the ASIS International Chapter 160 Switzerland are pleased to invite you to an in-person/ digital hybrid event on Monday 11 October, 12 :15-13 :45.
Three speakers from GCSP and the corporate sector will address us for 10-15 minutes each that will be followed by 30 minutes of Q&A , moderated by ASIS International Chapter Switzerland Chairman, Etienne Ammon:
- David Horobin : What can we learn from the COVID crisis response- Where has Trust gone?
- Dr Jean Marc Rickli : Geopolitical security threats post COVID
- Alexandra Hoffmann: Challenges for Security and Crisis Managers—individual and teams needs.
Click here for a short description of the GCSP and the Bios of our 3 speakers
GCSP Address :
Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Maison de la paix,
Chemin Eugene-Rigot 2D,
CH - 1211 Geneva 1
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