ІНСТИТУТ МІЖНАРОДНИХ ОСВІТНЬО-НАУКОВИХ ПРОГРАМ
The Science for Peace and Security Programme
The Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme is a policy tool that enhances cooperation and dialogue with all partners, based on scientific research, innovation, and knowledge exchange. The SPS Programme provides funding, expert advice, and support to security-relevant activities jointly developed by a NATO member and partner country.
· The SPS Programme provides funding, expert advice, and support to security-relevant activities jointly developed by a NATO member and partner country.
· It enhances cooperation and dialogue with all partners, based on scientific research, innovation, and knowledge exchange.
· Over the past five years the programme has initiated 450 collaborative activities in more than 40 partner countries from cyber security in Jordan to defence against CBRN agents and energy security in Ukraine.
The SPS Programme supports collaboration through three established grant mechanisms. Interested applicants must develop a collaborative activity that fits within one of the following formats:
1. Multi-year research & development projects
These are research and development projects related to NATO’s strategic goals and relevant to the SPS Key Priorities. The projects enable Partner country scientists to increase contacts in the NATO science community, while building a stronger science infrastructure in their home countries.
2. Training courses
What: This is a high-level tutorial course offering the latest developments in a NATO-relevant subject to an advanced-level audience.
What: This is a course designed to enable specialists in NATO countries to share their security-related expertise in one of the SPS Key Priority areas. An ATC is not intended to be lecture-driven, but to be intensive and interactive in nature. The course contributes to the training of experts in Partner countries and enables the formation and strengthening of international expert networks.
What: Advanced-level discussions among experts from different countries with the aim of addressing contemporary security challenges
Bd Leopold III
Fax: +32 2 707 4232
On the website www.nato.int/science, http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_85373.htm?
you can find further information and the latest news about the SPS Programme.
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