Seminars & Workshops
CSSD Seminar Series
The CSSD hosts a variety of public lectures, panels, and roundtable events throught the course of each academic year, featuring CSSD Fellows and visiting scholars. These events are usually free and open to the public. Information on upcoming events can be found in the Events Calendar.
Untangling the Climate Change/Migration/Security Nexus
A two-day workshop hosted by CSSD and JMEUCE, August 24-25 at Dalhousie, on the connections between climate change, security, and migration, featuring academic experts from Canada, the US, and Europe. Supported by a Targeted Engagement Grant from DND’s MINDS program. More details forthcoming.
Beyond GDP: International Experiences, Canada's Options
Security Policy Coordination
An authors’ workshop for a project looking at the sources of experts’ ideas about Canadian foreign policy, co-hosted by the CSSD and the EU Centre of Excellence. Held at the Lord Nelson Hotel, Halifax, 26-27 August 2016—please see the workshop agenda, below. A selection of the workshop papers are were published as a special issue of Journal of Transatlantic Studies.
Workshop program [PDF 317KB]
Journal of Transatlantic Studies: https://link.springer.com/journal/42738/18/2
An authors’ workshop for an ongoing project looking at the sources of experts’ ideas about Canadian foreign policy, organized by CSSD, and held at Hart House in Toronto, 28-29 September 2016. Financial support from the Canadian International Council, the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, ISA-Canada, the Association for Canadian Studies in the US, and to “the Center for the Study of Canada at SUNY Plattsburgh.
Workshop program [PDF 580KB]
Maritime Security Workshop Series
This workshop series brings together invited representatives from academia, the federal and provincial governments, the Royal Canadian Navy and international navies, and industry, as appropriate for each event. Participants share their research and experience on various aspects of maritime security policy, with particular attention to evolving maritime security challenges, procurement and naval capabilities development, and international and inter-agency cooperation.
Centre for Foreign Policy Studies* with The Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, and The Resilience Research Centre
Report prepared by: David Morgan [PDF]