CASIS + CIC Vancouver: Security, Intelligence, and African Perspectives on the Post Covid Environment
July 7, 3:30PM PDT / 6:30PM EDT
With the constantly changing security landscape due to COVID-19, CASIS Vancouver’s research analysts have created a report based on their analysis using both Structured Analytical Techniques and CASIS’ own models. CASIS Vancouver has also compiled a series of opinion pieces written by various African scholars and what a post-COVID Africa will look like. In conjunction with CIC Vancouver, this event will explore various security perspectives in relation to a post COVID-19 environment.
Please join us and our panelists as we discuss these important issues.
Candyce Kelshall – Police Accountability & What is a SAT
Sarah Meyers – Key Findings of the Covid SAT report
Dr. Patrick Neal – Technology and Privacy Post COVID
Amanda Makosso – African Perspectives on COVID 19
Moderator Brett Shearing
CIC Hamilton: Lost in New York: The Meaning of Canada’s Failed UN Security Council Campaign
Ferry de Kerckhove, Honorary Senior Fellow at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa, former Canadian Ambassador to Indonesia and Egypt and Director General of International Organizations at Global Affairs Canada
Dr. Andrea Charron, Director of the Centre for Defence and Security Studies, University of Manitoba
Dr. Alistair Edgar, Professor of Political Science, Balsillie School of International Affairs, Canada; President, Canadian Landmine Foundation; co-editor of Global Governance journal
Moderated by Rory Nisan, former foreign service officer (on leave) and VP, CIC-Hamilton
CIC Edmonton: Resilience and a focus on national interests – post COVID
EVENT POSTPONED (Members-Only)