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GISF North America Forum: October 2020, Online

GISF North America Forum: October 2020, Online table
Date21 Oct 2020 22 Oct 2020
Time9:00 am 3:30 pm EDT |2:00 pm8:30 pm BST
Provider GISF
AddressOnline
Type Virtual
CostFree
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Description

|| NA Forum Agenda ||

GISF will be hosting a virtual North America Forum on 21 and 22 October. The forum will provide an opportunity for GISF members and prospective members to learn from one another and to engage in deeper discussions on critical topics facing humanitarian security risk management. This event will also provide an opportunity for North American organisations to share their inputs with GISF. Please note that this event is primarily designed for the Global Security Lead. If you would like to attend, you can register your interest here or contact gisf-americas@gisf.ngo with any questions.

Please note the timings for days one and two will be as follows:

Day 1 | 9:00am to 3:30pm ET
Day 2| 9:00am to 1:00pm ET

 

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