Is the current state of CIMIC (Civil-Military Coordination) a recipe for disaster or a beacon of hope in the face of crisis? As we look to the future, it's clear that the fragile dance between military and civilian actors is more critical than ever. But what happens when the very institutions designed to protect us are themselves in disarray? Can we truly trust the coordination of efforts between military and civilian authorities when the very foundations of our societies are being eroded by conflict, instability, and misinformation? The devastating consequences of failed coordination are all too familiar: humanitarian crises, civilian casualties, and prolonged conflicts. But what if we could harness the power of CIMIC to drive positive change? What if we could unlock the potential for collaboration, trust, and effective crisis response?

In an era of increasing complexity, where global challenges are intertwined with local realities, CIMIC has never been more crucial. It's not just about responding to crises but about preventing them from happening in the first place. This conference will delve into the future of CIMIC, examining the preparedness of our systems, processes, and people to meet the challenges of this new era. We'll discuss the innovations, best practices, and game-changing ideas that can help us build a better future for all.

But before we can answer these questions, we must confront the uncomfortable truth: are we truly prepared for the future of CIMIC, or are we simply pretending to be?



07-11 Oct 2024 in physical presence


Majoor Jan Linzel Complex (MJLC), Brasserskade 227A, 2497 NX The Hague, The Netherlands


EUR 120


end of May – 18 AUG