BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH CALSCALE:GREGORIAN PRODID:-//WordPress - MECv5.18.0//EN X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://www.sioi.org/ BEGIN:VEVENT UID:MEC-636e0538092a048a7d49aa0b20e2bff1@sioi.org DTSTART:20210419T160000Z DTEND:20210419T170000Z DTSTAMP:20210323T194000Z CREATED:20210323 LAST-MODIFIED:20210415 SUMMARY:Webinar – The European Common Security and Defence Policy in Libya (CSDP): Eunavfor Med IRINI and EUBAM Libya DESCRIPTION:\n\n \nSOCIETÀ ITALIANA PER L’ORGANIZZAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE – SIOI\nin collaboration with\nEUNAVFOR MED OPERATION IRINI\nWebinar\nThe European Common Security and Defence Policy in Libya (CSDP):\nEunavfor Med IRINI and EUBAM Libya\nRome – April 19th, 2021 – 4:00 PM\n(Webinar Zoom)\n \n\nOpening Speech\nFranco FRATTINI, President of SIOI\nKeynote speakers\nFabio AGOSTINI, Operation Commander EUNAVFOR MED Operation IRINI\n Natalina CEA, EUBAM Libya Head of Mission\n              Nadim KARKUTLI, Deputy Head of Delegation, Head of Political Affairs, Press and Information, Delegation of the European Union to Libya \nModerator\nAlberto CASTELVECCHI, Journalist and Professor of Public Speaking at LUISS University and Luiss Business School in Rome, Italy\n\nThe European Union (EU) is currently undertaking a strategic review of the CSDP in order to adapt them to challenges of the current geopolitical environment. Europe’s strategic environment has changed radically and is surrounded by an arc of instability.\nThe most visible EU commitments to international peace and security remain its missions and operations deployed outside the Union. Missions under the CSDP can have a military or civilian nature and can be focused on goals such rule of law, reform, stabilization, fighting organized crime, and reform of the security sector.\nCSDP is currently being adapted to the EU’s integrated approach to conflict prevention, which envisions much closer coordination between the relevant EU actors and instruments during all stages of a conflict.\nIn the security and defence field, the EU’s common security and defence policy instruments, particularly its missions and operations abroad, are the most visible manifestation of its maritime actorness. In following the orientations provided by its maritime and global strategies, the EU is aiming to increase its capacity and reliability as a maritime security actor.\nThe conference aims to underline the CSDP lessons learned and main trends in Libya, through the Eunavfor Med IRINI and EUBAM Libya experiences.\n URL:https://www.sioi.org/primo-piano/webinar-european-common-security-defence-policy-libya/ ORGANIZER;CN=SIOI:MAILTO:sioi@sioi.org CATEGORIES:Conferenze LOCATION:Piazza di S. Marco, 51, 00186 Roma RM, Italy ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.sioi.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/sioi-irini-2021-19april.jpg END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR