Institut des Hautes Etudes de la Défense Nationale (IHEDN)

he Institut des hautes études de défense nationale  (fr: Institute of Advanced Studies in National Defence) is a French public institution for expertise and sensitization towards defence matters, founded in 1936 by Admiral Raoul Castex. It is under direct responsibility of the Prime Minister, and located in the École Militaire.

Telephone: 01 44 42 54 15
Email: webmestre@ihedn.fr
École militaire, 1 place Joffre, 75700 PARIS SP 07
75700 Paris
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Training Contribution to IHEDN SSR Course

France mandate in France 22/11/2016 - 24/11/2016

The IHEDN (Institut des Hautes Etudes de la Défense Nationale), the French interdepartemental training center on security, defense  political and strategical issues, is organising a sensitization/training cycle on JSSR between 27 – 29 October 2016, in Brussels, within the framework of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC).

The training, intended for representatives of European Member states, will be focussed on the EU’s JSSR approach. The educational approach will be both theoretical and practical, based on cases studies and lessons learned.

The main objective of the workshop is to deliver an overview of the key SSR policies, principles and actors and how to adapt them within an EU mission’s context.

A part of the session will be devoted to a current case study underlining the concrete difficulties to implement the mentioned principles in the field.

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IHEDN – Sensitisation and Training on J SSR

France mandate in Belgium 27/10/2015 - 29/10/2015

ISSAT is invited to provide a team of  2 members to be part of  three specific sessions

  • a panel discussion on JSSR actors;
  • a delivery of a SSR exercise in a EU context.

The main objective of the workshop is to deliver an overview of the key SSR policies, principles and actors and how to adapt them within an EU mission’s context.

 A part of the session will be devoted to a current case study underlining the concrete difficulties to implement the mentioned principles in the field.

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