Engage in this critical debate with Countering Violent Extremist professionals from across government, military, law enforcement and NGOs
Defence IQ is delighted to announce the return of Countering Violent Extremism 2017. As this symposium moves into its 16th year, the 2017 event will look at the lessons that the Information Operations miltary community can share and impact wider domestic and international CVE efforts.
This event will bring together communication professionals and government agencies from around the world to discuss the successes, challenges and failures, and novel methods for communicating against the lure of extremism.
Don't miss the opportunity to take part in this unique interactive event, which brings together CVE stakeholders from across the military, government, law enforcement and NGOs, who play an integral role in tackling the challenges that we all face in the fight against this persistent threat. This event will give you the chance to asses potential solutions and understand how you can effectively implement them into your CVE strategy.
2017 Speakers Include:
Joint Information Operations Warfare Center
10th Special Forces Group(A)
Active Change Foundation
Section Chief, Office of Partner Engagement
Office of Countering Violent Extremism
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague
Head of Unit - Action Against Terrorism Unit
Organisation for Security and Co-Operation in Europe
Head of Delivery - Prevent Strategy | National CT Policing
Director Countering Extremism Unit
Jordanian Ministry of Culture
This year’s event will focus around key challenges that the CVE community is facing globally, which will structure the discussion and take-aways from the event. These are:
Credible voices; how to empower and deploy
Measurement of CVE; magic tricks or genuine measurement
Former Fighters; when, why and how to deploy
Migration; risk identification and management
Preventing Violent Extremism or Countering Violent Extremism; how to invest your efforts
Future Casting; what are the challenges we’re about to face
Taking the fight to the enemy; operating on encrypted channels
Hacking; integral to effective CVE?
“Excellent balance of academics, commercial, government and military participation. quality of speakers and content was excellent”Chief Information Operations, NATO, Joint Fires and Influence , 2016 CVE speaker
“I love hearing the commercial applications being used on the civilian side…a conference like this really helps”Director, Military Information Support Operations Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defence, US DoD
“I thought there was a very good range of speakers which gave breadth to the discussion”Analyst, DSTL
“Excellent balance of academics, commercial, government and military participation. Quality of speakers and content was excellent. The inclusion of the sponsors worked well without sounding like a sales pitch”Chief Information Operations, HQ ARRC
“Very valuable for networking and learning best practices”Battalion Commander, US Army