CONFERENCE OF DEFENCE ASSOCIATIONS INSTITUTE - Impact Report 2019-2023
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CONFERENCE OF DEFENCE ASSOCIATIONS INSTITUTE - Impact Report 2019-2023

29 January 2024

Summary

Our purpose: Influence security and defence policy in Canada Educate the public through peer-reviewed research and analysis Recognize leadership in the defence and security community Message from the Chair of the Board In Canada, our society and the international security context has changed considerably over the 90+ plus years since the Conference of Defence Associations was established, and over. [...] The steadfast support and trust of our core strategic partners, has allowed us to grow our capacity and deliver more in depth and high quality programs, activities and major events such as the annual Ottawa Conference on Defence and Security and the Montreal Climate Security Summit that help inform, educate, promote debate and facilitate the exchange of ideas – all with a view to building a wider. [...] The audience is composed of government decision-makers and industry leaders in the security sector, reaching deep into the Department of National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces (more than half of the audience) as well as Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign dignitaries, the Prime Minister’s Office, the Privy Council, senior public servants from Global Affairs and Public Safety, and over 20. [...] In the past few years, we have hosted Secretary General of NATO, the British Secretary of State for Percentage of female speakers (2018-2023) Defence, the Japanese Minster of Defence, the German Secretary of State for Defence, US Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the Executive Director of the International Atomic Energy A. [...] The three distinct publications serve as valuable resources for scholars, students, and defence professionals, and contribute to the body of academic and professional knowledge in the fields of defence and security studies.

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29
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Canada