Presentation on theme: "1 Cooperation between civilian universities and military entities: neccessary or redundant? Michał Matyasik, Ph.D. Institute of Political Science and International."— Presentation transcript:
1 Cooperation between civilian universities and military entities: neccessary or redundant? Michał Matyasik, Ph.D. Institute of Political Science and International Relations Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland
2 1.Why students should study along with cadets? 2.Our experiences in civil-military cooperation 3.What can we offer now and and what are the next steps 4.Expectations from military partners
3 “The comprehensive approach not only makes sense – it is necessary […] NATO needs to work more closely with our civilian partners on the ground, and at a political level – especially the European Union and the United Nations.” Anders Fogh Rasmussen 1. Why students should study along with cadets? The lessons learned from NATO operations […], make it clear that a comprehensive political, civilian and military approach is necessary for effective crisis management. The Alliance will engage actively with other international actors before, during and after crisis to encourage collaborative analysis, planning and conduct […] Even when conflict comes to an end, the international community must often provide continued support, to create the conditions for lasting stability. Strategic Concept, Lisbon Summit 2010
2. Our experiences with civil-military cooperation 2010/11 - a new BA program in national security 2013/14 - a new MA program in national security IV 2012 – an agreement of cooperation between JU & Polish Special Forces &
Beyond „Neptune Spear” – Special Operations Forces versus postmodern international security conference, 2013
6 Around Hindu Kush – evaluation of international military operation in Afghanistan, 2013
7 15 Years of Poland’s membership in NATO – experiences & future challenges, 2014
8 Participation of students in short modules at Theresan Military Academy, 2013/14
9 Participation of students in NATO CIMIC training organized by CCOE and MTCFO, 2014
Short modules: Introduction to Comprehensive Approach in Int’l Armed Conflicts International Operations: Planning & Management Full semester: International Humanitarian Law Security Technology Management State and Power Strategic Analysis of the Post-Cold-War Int’l Environment 3. What can we offer now & the next steps? Specialisation: COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS AND CRISIS Starting academic year 2014/15
11 Faculty of International and Political Studies: BA study program in International Relations and Ares Studies MA in International Relations: Europe in the Visegrad Perspective (PL, CZ, SLO, HUN) MA in Governance, Leadership and Democracy Studies (PRT) European Studies Double Degree Masters Programme (UK, FR, AT, ITA) 3. What can we offer?
ERASMUS agreements Institutional cooperation Exchange of students and scholars Other scientific activities 3. What can we offer?
S.W.O.R.D. Security & Warfare Overt Research Division
14 4. What can we offer is also what we need ERASMUS agreements Institutional cooperation Exchange of cadets and scholars Other scientific activities