years of JASON InstitutE
APRIL 9, 2021
Grote kerk, The HAGUE
photos & aftermovie
Over 45 years ago the JASON Institute was established to inform students and young professionals on matters of international peace and security. We would have loved to have celebrated this anniversary with all of you physically in our actual anniversary year, 2020, but unfortunately the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to reconsider. However, after months of hard work and preparation, we can look back on a very successful 45th anniversary! We like to thank all of our speakers again for sharing their insights with us and the great discussions during our seminar. For all of you who joined us, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did and we hope to see you again at one of our regular Activities Committee (AC) events soon.
Throughout its history, NATO has had the relative luxury of engaging in wars of choice. But close to its 72nd birthday, the alliance is faced
COVID-19 and online venue
Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic still has the world in its grip. While large scale vaccination campaigns are being implemented all across the globe, the situation
Have you always wanted to know more about the
contemporary role of NATO across the globe? What about the glaring obstacles NATO is
facing which threaten its relevance as the world’s leading intergovernmental military
alliance? In The Jason Institute’s new podcast series created in honour of its 45th
Anniversary Jubilee Symposium on 9 April 2021, we answer these crucial questions and
Yes, the entire event, including all the podcasts, are completely free of charge. Just fill in your name and email address, decide if you want to participate in the Defensity College wargame and let us take care of the rest.
After registration, you will first of all receive a confirmation email in your inbox. In case this does not happen and you have checked your SPAM folder, please reach out to through email@example.com
About 1 week before the event, we will send the list attendees to our partner for the online event platform, Squares. They will make sure everyone on that list is given access rights to the platform and we will email you with all the information you might possibly need to access the platform. Please note that a separate registration for that platform will be necessary, but your access rights will not expire.
After filling in the registration from on this website, you should receive a confirmation email in your inbox. In case this does not happen and you have checked your SPAM folder, please reach out to through firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, that is possible. Registration through the link on this website will give you access to the entire event platform for the entire day. Whether you only attend the opening session with the keynote of Chantal de Jonge Oudraat or a mix of sessions is completely up to you. You can leave and enter the platform at your own discretion.
Please note that the event platform will be made available one week before the event. More information on this will be provided via email around the same time.
The more the merrier! Our event is completely free of charge and anyone who is interested in the contents of this event is more than welcome, regardless of age or geographical location. In addition, no prior knowledge of any particular domain is required and our speakers will touch upon a wide range of topics. We hope to welcome you as well!
Yes, all the sessions will be recorded and made available as soon as possible after the event. In addition, photographs, cartoons and even an aftermovie will be shared through social media to give everyone an impression of the event in general.
No, during our event on April 9th we will discuss three regions in particular: Africa, the Arctic and China. Our podcasts, on the other hand, will discuss other regions and therefore we have invited different speakers. More information about the podcasts can be found HERE
Yes, it is. While there will be ample opportunities to ask questions during the event, we welcome any questions you may have for our speakers beforehand and try to incorporate them into the preparations. You can reach out to us via email@example.com
No, it is not necessary to turn on your camera. During the livestreams, our speakers will look into the camera and not be able to see the audience. We are currently exploring the option to let our audience ask questions via video connections (instead of only written questions in the Q&A box). If this option becomes available, we will clearly communicate on our socials and on this website.
Please note that all contributions of our speakers will be in ENGLISH