Discover the latest Crans Montana Forum TV Report made on the occasion of the Crans Montana Forum 27th Annual Session, held last June in Vienna.
MODERNIZATION AND SECURITY CHALLENGES OF THE MARITIME INDUSTRY, a Club of Ports Special Program to be held next October in BrusselsJulien Risso
A Special Program of the Crans Montana Club of Ports will be held in the framework of the forthcoming Homeland & Global Security Forum to take place in Brussels (Belgium) from October 19 to 21, 2016.
This Program will focus on Modernization and Security challenges of the Maritime Industry.
It will notably address the Security of Maritime Zones and Ports’ Infrastructures in order to ensure safe transport corridors, optimize trans-shipment processes, and fight piracy, terrorism and illicit trafficking.
It will gather specialized Ministers, Directors of Ports, Shippers’ Councils, Maritime Authorities, International and Regional Organizations from Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
THE 21ST CENTURY SILK ROADS : GLOBAL TRADE AND GLOBAL SECURITY, a Special Programme organized in association with the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC)Julien Risso
Globalisation and Trade within the 65 Silk road countries are threatened by an increasing protectionism of Governments and deadlock Multilateral Negotiations which lead to a stagnation of trade and investments flows.
A Special Program will be organized in close cooperation with the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC) in the framework of the forthcoming Crans Montana Homeland & Global Security Forum to be held in Brussels (Belgium) from October 19 to 21, 2016.
This Session, chaired by Mr. Jianzhong Lu, the SRCIC’s Founding Chairman, will address Development and Global Security Challenges in this Region and present supporting Initiatives such as the One Belt One Road (OBOR).
It will be a unique networking platform gathering Government Officials, International Organizations and Businesses from Europe, Asia, Middle East and the rest of the World.
Special Programme of the AFRICAN WOMEN’S FORUM, to be held in the premises of the EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT on October 19, 2016Julien Risso
Our World is threatened by multiple mutations resulting in terrorist attacks, directly linked to radicalisation and extremist developments.
Women are major victims of persecutions and acts of terrorist violence. However, some Women are sometimes associated to this threat after a process that our society seems unable to prevent.
On the occasion of its Homeland and Global Security Forum, to be held in Brussels, on October 19 to 21, 2016, the Crans Montana Forum organises, a Special day of exchanges and reflexion, under the aegis of the African Women’s Forum, whose Honorary Committee is chaired by Mrs. Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO.
Women Heads of State and Government, Ministers, Ambassadors, Parliamentarians, Businesswomen, Activists, Heads of Organisations coming from all over the World are invited to address the role of Women in the fight against radicalisation and terrorism.
In the framework of the strategic alliance between the Crans Montana Forum and the Cercle des Ambassadeurs à Paris, the diplomatic community based in Paris and Brussels are cordially invited to join this extraordinary meeting to be symbolically held in the premises of the European Parliament in Brussels.
AFRICA, GLOBAL SECURITY AND MULTILATERALISM, key session of the forthcoming Homeland & Global Security Forum in Brussels, in October 2016Julien Risso
On the occasion of the forthcoming Homeland & Global Security Forum to take place in Brussels in October 2016, the Crans Montana Forum organises a major debate dedicated to Security in Africa and the necessary refounding of African multilateralism.
While Western societies are being destabilised and the security challenges threatening our World and Africa especially, are becoming more frequent – expansion of Terrorism & risks of disintegration, Ethnic conflicts, Organised crime and Illicit trafficking – regional and world integration of African States becomes crucial.
African multilateralism must be rebuilt on sound basis, able to generate efficiency for action and intervention but also credibility and respect from the international community notably in the fields of Security, Peacekeeping, Conflict prevention and Economic development.
On the occasion of the 27th Annual Session of the Crans Montana Forum, to be held in Vienna from June 29 to July 1, the Crans Montana Forum’s Board will present Mr. Fotis Chatzidiakos, Mayor of Rhodes (Greece) and President of the Regional Association of South Aegean Municipalities, with the PRIX DE LA FONDATION 2016.
It will be presented to Mr. Chatzidiakos in recognition of the commitment and engagement of Rhodes’ and all the 44 South Aegean Municipalities’ people towards giving the best possible assistance to the refugees arriving at their shores.
The Official Award Ceremony will take place on Friday July 1st, in the presence of numerous International Personalities.
Discover the latest Crans Montana Forum TV Report made on the occasion of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa & the South-South Cooperation, held last March 2016 in Dakhla