Productive discussions and excellent feedback received from Climate Change and Security Pilot CourseDate: (27-04-2018)
Within the framework of Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and under the auspices of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), the Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence (CMDR COE) supported by German Federal Foreign Office, Adelphi, Diplomatic Institute to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria and G.S. Rakovski Defence College organized and conducted Climate Change and Security pilot-course, the first training activity on this topic in the ESDC academic list.
The course took place from 24 to 27 April 2018 hosted at the CMDR COE Premises in Sofia, Bulgaria and offered an invaluable opportunity for acquiring new knowledge, for expertise sharing and for thought-provoking discussions.
A diverse group of representatives from Member States that work in climate change mainstreaming policy development and implementation at national or EEAS/EUMS, ECHO, DEVCO levels, as well as personnel involved in civilian protection, disaster protection and humanitarian assistance capacity building attended the course.
The aim of the course was achieved by describing global warming as a phenomenon and a security threat multiplier, discussing the main factors which affected the environment, assessing the impact of climate change on international peace and security in short, mid and long term period and considering integrated policy options to address these climate-security challenges.
Moreover, the course objectives were complemented by detailed and productive teamworks, which were greatly valued by the attendees.
Closing an internship period (22 June – 3 July 2020 )» read more
The first edition of 5-day course delivered in Advanced Distributed Learning Format» read more
CMDR COE Director responds to the inquiries of NATO’s Youth Ambassadors on crisis management» read more
The CMDR COE and the Bulgarian Academy of Science (BAS) join forces under a Framework Collaboration Agreement.» read more
CMDR COE encoureged our partners to support the European Commission′s Joint Research Centre, in cooperation with University College London, who has recently launched a European-wide study to understand perceptions, needs and priorities of the public affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.» read more
Virtual conference from Tuesday (May 12) continuously until Thursday, (May 14).» read more
In this grafic National Health Commission of PR China, tell readers how to protect themselves against novel pneumonia, update them on latest developments in the worldwide fights against the pandemic, and provide insights how thevirus is spread» read more
For first time the 2020 Annual CMDR COE Conference will be conducted on-line.» read more
Soon publish newly elaborated definitions» read more
Prevention and containment: CMDR COE cancelling public activities, continuing daily business under strict measures» read more
A fruitful process concentrated to the outcome of the project concept» read more
CMDR COE hosted the Initial Planning Conference of the exercise JACKAL STONE 2020.» read more
Successful conduction of the last practical experiment of NMSG-147» read more
Deliberating on resilience in military contexts - the CMDR COE and the CCOE conducted a joint pilot course on RtCP» read more
A challenging and constructive 2019 iteration» read more
From 14 to 18 October 2019 the CMDR Exercise Planners Training (CMDREPT) Course was conducted» read more
The 7th meeting of CMDR COE Steering Committee (CMDR COE SC) was held in Sofia.» read more
Preparation of the Limited Object Experiment (LOE 3) is in progress» read more
From October 7, 2019, a new Deputy Director has commenced term of service in the Centre.» read more
Formally collaboration with the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior» read more
Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa, H.E. Mr Thabo Thage paid a visit to the Centre» read more