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ABOUT DASICON

GLORIA BOZYIGIT

HEAD

JESSICA
GRÜN

VICE-HEAD

PHILIPP GRÜLL

CO-HEAD SPEAKERS

LIZA REBEKA GEREB

CO-HEAD SPEAKERS

MARCO REDOLFI

CO-HEAD SPONSORING

NINA WALDSAM

CO-HEAD SPONSORING

JANA FRANZISKA FIREOVED

LOGISTICS

LISA REITBRECHT

MARKETING

ANNA LIA BRUNETTI

HEAD LOGISTICS

GEORG
GROSSBERGER

SPONSORING

PREVIOUS CONFERENCES

DASICON 2018

In the second half of 2018, Austria  took  up the presidency for the Council of the European Union (EU), with this in mind DASICON 2018 aimed at stimulating a discussion which would add a fresh perspective to EU related issues pertaining to political, cultural, economic and societal spheres. In total DASICON 2018 hosted 5 panels. Apart from debating the EU's role in the international system and its relations to its Eastern and Southern neighbours, panels also discussed the EU as a potential value community, as well as the media's portrayal of the EU and its crisis management (with particular reference to the ‘refugee crisis’). Lastly, a panel was held on the topic of  how Brexit and similar Eurosceptic movements would affect the Union and whether this could be used as a trigger for EU reforms.

Partners: Diplomatic Academy, City of Vienna, European Commission, the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, the Austrian Society for European Politics and the Austrian Institute for European & Security Policy.

DASICON 2017

DASICON 2017 focused on the OSCE’s role within the European security architecture, the organization’s strengths and challenges as well as its future potential.

Panels:

Panel 1: The OSCE in the European Security Architecture

Panel 2: Current Conflicts

Panel 3: Shrinking Democratic Space

Panel 4: Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization that Lead to Terrorism

Panel 5: Cyber Security

Panel 6: Energy Security

Panel 7: The OSCE in 2022

Partners:

The OSCE Secretariat, the Austrian Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, the City of Viennathe Institute for Peace Support and Conflict Management,  the University of Vienna’s Department of Legal Philosophy, the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy, the European Commission and the Federal Ministry of Defence and Sports.