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WATERLOO REGION WILL BE HOME TO NEW SYMPOSIUM SERIES EXPLORING THE SOCIETAL IMPACTS OF RAPID TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
PRESS RELEASE Symposium Founding Sponsor: Savvas Chamberlain, EXEL Research Inc. Symposium Organizer: Mark Sedra, Centre for Security Governance (CSG) …Read More
The Centre for Security Governance (CSG) is pleased to announce that Dr. Mark Sedra has been reappointed as Executive Director. Mark returned to the C …Read More
To date sanctions already imposed on a handful of South Sudanese officials by the USA, Canada, EU and UN have had little effect on the conflict.Read More
Waterloo Symposium on Technology & Society
April 16, 2019 – Balsillie School of International Affairs, Waterloo
The Waterloo Symposium on Technology & Society seeks to promote public discourse in Canada and beyond on the societal challenges and opportunities created by innovations in four primary areas: artificial intelligence, robotics, big data and social media.
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Stability: International Journal of Security & Development is a leading open-access journal focusing on security and development challenges in fragile, failed and conflict-affected states. It is the flagship publication of the Centre for Security Governance.
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