Our representatives build positive relationships with policymakers and political staff from G7/G20/AU/EU governments, including Foreign affairs, Defence and Health government department officials in order to influence, and shape national policy for global health security.
Our representatives interact and maintain cordial relationships with senior staff at the UN Headquarters and diplomats from key organizations like the World Health Organization, UNITAR, UNODA, NATO, UNEP, FAO, World Bank, African Union and European Union.
Our staff influence key global processes and initiatives through engagement with representatives from multilateral platforms like the Global Health Security Agenda Consortium, the Alliance for Health Security Cooperation, the Munich Security Conference, the World Economic Forum and the Biological Weapons Convention.
Our Global Affairs Training program consists of a series of practical training workshops facilitated by experienced diplomats, professionals and experts in the fields of foreign affairs, diplomacy, defence, global security, health and international development.
Our facilitators have at least 10 years experience working with International Organizations, Multilateral Institutions, the UN, World Health Organization, Government Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defence and Health, World-class think-tanks and top Universities.
Workshops use a “hands-on” and “case-study” approach, focused on “real-life” events, scenarios and personal experiences of facilitators. Upon successful completion, participants are issued a certificate of completion and given exclusive access to our database of facilitators for networking opportunities.
The program is very competitive and targets recent graduates and young professionals in any field planning a career in international affairs.The program also conducts special training to delegates from International Organizations and Government Ministries of Health, Finance, Defense and Foreign Affairs.
Our vision is to see a world free from infectious disease, biological, chemical and nuclear threats. Our goal is to prioritize global health security on the global agenda, equip diplomats at global summits and educate global policy decision-makers on global health security.
Our experts advise diplomats, private sector CEOs and government officials in three core global health security policy areas : Infectious diseases & pandemics; Biological & Chemical Security and Nuclear & Radiological Security.
Our staff achieve our objectives by engaging with global multilateral policy advocacy initiatives & platforms; conducting analyses; providing recommendations; advising diplomats and promoting global health security as an international priority at global meetings such as the G7/G20 summits and WHO/World Bank meetings.
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