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Security & Defence Learning 2008: Call for Proposals

The 4th International Forum on E-Learning for Defence, Security and Emergency Services 2008 will be held in Berlin on Wednesday, December 3rd in conjuction with Online Educa Berlin. The 14th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training will take place from December 3 – 5.


The forum is designed for both experts involved in training related to security issues in all sectors of society and individuals from firms or organisations interested in this timely topic. Security and Defence Learning 2008 will provide an excellent platform for discussion and networking, covering all of the current aspects of security and security-related education and training.

The New Security Foundation has now issued a “Call for Proposals” and would welcome any proposals for presentations on technology-assisted learning for defence, security and emergency services. Suggested themes include Security Training and Generation Y, Priorities in the Procurement of Security Learning Programmes, Transportation Security Learning, New Training Solutions for Emergency Services, Developments in Training for Cyber Security and many more. A full list of topics as well as an online submission form can be found at

Deadline for receipt of proposals is September 1.

For further information:


Security and Defence Learning 2008

The 4th International Forum on E-Learning for Defence, Security and Emergency Services

December 3, 2008

Venue: Hotel InterContinental Berlin, Budapester Str. 2, 10787 Berlin, Germany
Participation: 360 € (prior to August 1st 260 €), Corporate Rate 460 € (prior to August 1st 360 €)
Contact: The New Security Foundation, Dr. Harold Elletson

About the New Security Foundation:

The New Security Foundation was established to promote a wider understanding of the nature of the new international security environment and its implications for civil society. The Foundation has two main objectives: to conduct research into emerging security issues and to produce information and analysis as well as to provide an international forum for debate and discussion about the nature of modern security. A network of experts with a background in academia, government, intelligence, the armed forces, the emergency services and business enables the New Security Foundation to draw on an international pool of expertise, providing an unparalleled breadth and depth of insight into emerging defence and security issues.

Press contact:
Beate Kleessen + Nina Wittrock
Tel: +49 (0)30  310 18 18-0



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