Summer & Winter Workshops

RCSS has two flagship residential workshop series known as the “Summer and Winter Workshops”. The Summer Workshop series predominantly focuses on defence studies and conventional warfare i.e. nuclear technology. Overall, thirteen Summer Workshops had been organized on the following themes: Nuclear Disarmament; Safety and Stability (2014); Defence Technology and Cooperative Security in South Asia (1997 – 2006); and First Conference for Alumni on South Asia Facing the New Millennium (1999).

The focus of the Winter Workshop series is non-traditional security issues in South Asia including: terrorism, governance, gender, migration, ethnicity and religion, resources, development, environment, refugees among other human security issues that are causes of conflict. Many young professionals and experts from South Asia, China, the USA and other interested countries have participated in these workshop series, creating new knowledge and exploring different avenues for possible collaboration to find collective solutions to current global and regional issues.

Winter Workshop on Sources of Conflict in South Asia: 1999

Winter Workshop on Sources of Conflict in South Asia: Ethnicity, Refugees, Environment 1999 05 March 1999-16 March 1999 Lalitpur, Nepal RCSS organized the Winter Workshop on Sources of Conflict in South Asia: Ethnicity, Refugees, Environment on 05-16 March 1999 at...

Winter Workshop on Non-Traditional Sources of Conflict: 1998

12 March 1998 - 23 March 1998 |  Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka The Winter Workshop on Source of Conflict in South Asia: Ethnicity, Refugees and Environment was held from 12 – 23 March 1998 at the Coral Gardens Hotel, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka. The keynote address at this event was...

Winter Workshop on Non-Traditional Sources of Conflict: 1997

6 March 1997 - 16 March 1997 |  Kandy, Sri Lanka Participants of the Winter Workshop on Sources of Conflict in South Asia: Terrorism, Human Security Issues, Governance, Gender Security and Migration. The Winter Workshop on Source of Conflict in South Asia: Ethnicity,...

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