New Security Leaders Program, 1– 7 October 2021, Warsaw, Poland

Publish Date: May 03, 2021

Deadline: Jun 01, 2021

Event Dates: from Oct 01, 2021 12:00 to Oct 07, 2021 12:00

The New Security Leaders program is a leadership and mentoring program for mid-career, high potential leaders from foreign policy, defense, security, and political fields. Over the course of the program, NSL participants work with the Mentors – world leaders, global thinkers and experts – to discuss the most pressing global security challenges.

NSL take place jointly and in parallel with The Warsaw Security Forum, allowing accepted participants to share their ideas at the forum and help shape the discussion. The New Security Leaders program is organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation in cooperation with the European Academy of Diplomacy.

The integral part of the NSL Program are Leadership Talks, held in a format of coffee break meetings with the VIP speakers from the WSF.

The idea behind the Leadership Talks modus operandi is to provide a strategic insight, highlight the main points, discuss operational or tactical remarks, that could be augmented by the NSL participants. It is an immense opportunity to share and discuss valuable points of view on defense issues, security policy and world politics.

PARTICIPANTS The ideal New Security Leader is a young professional 26-40 years of age, with a minimum of 5 years of experience in fields of international politics, defense strategy, security policy or other security-related issues such as disinformation threats and cyber space, energy security etc. and is a citizen of a NATO, EU or European Neighborhood country. NSL participants play an active role in the Warsaw Security Forum, taking part in two-days of moderated discussions and simulations. WSF also offers private meetings with VIP speakers and Honorable Guests in the margins of the Forum. Accepted candidates are invited to join the networking receptions, working lunches, WSF Gala Dinner and other valuable networking opportunities.

Apply now if you meet the following qualifications criteria:

– you are 26-40 years old

– you come from NATO, EU and European Neighborhood countries

– you have a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in fields of politics, international relations, public law, national security

And you are willing to submit a Policy Paper on one of the following issues:

– NATO’s role in the Global Order

– Security alliances and cooperation in the midst of pandemic

– Tech: Cyber, A.I., Quantum, Hypersonics, Space

– Grassroots & Global Security: Public understanding of geopolitical risk and conflict

– Democracy and disinformation in and after pandemic

– Developing New Leadership: Expanding the table to include new actors in ‘Peace and Security’

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