Presentation

The Intelligence College in Europe was launched on 5th March 2019 in Paris. It brings together 23 member countries, which signed a Letter of Intent on 26th February 2020 in Zagreb, and 7 partner countries.

The College is a collective endeavour of European intelligence communities. It generates professional and academic views on a wide range of intelligence-related topics and disseminates those in order to contribute to the development of a strategic intelligence culture in Europe, without being prescriptive.

The Intelligence College in Europe is a unique intergovernmental initiative enhancing European security.

Activities

The Intelligence College in Europe is a platform for reflection, sharing and outreach. College activities stimulate strategic dialogue between:

  • Intelligence communities in Europe allowing executives from different services to get together and compare their experiences at a non-operational level.
  • Intelligence communities and Academia, through publications and the implementation of an academic programme dedicated to intelligence professionals.
  • Intelligence communities and national and European decision-makers, but also citizens, in order to raise awareness about intelligence-related challenges and issues.

News

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  • Declaration of Mrs. Beth Sizeland, on the occasion of the British Presidency of the College

    On the occasion of the start of the British Presidency of the College, from February 2021 for a year, the Deputy National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mrs. Beth Sizeland, introduces her projects and ambitions for the College.

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  • A review of Croatia's Presidency by DG Daniel Markić

    The Director General of SOA, Mr. Daniel Markić, presents our project and the achievements of the Croatian Presidency of the Intelligence College in Europe, from February 2020 to February 2021.

  • Conclusions - Webinar "European Security Challenges"

    In September 2020, the Intelligence College in Europe invited professors from three member countries (Italy, Romania and Finland) to present their vision on European security challenges in the 21st century. They gave their input on the impact of technology on national security, propaganda and disinformation, and hybrid warfare.

    The webinar showed Members share, for the most part, similar views over these three topics, and the event paved the way for further exchanges within the College.

    Here is the downloadable summary of our conclusions over this webinar.

  • Yasmine Gouédard appointed first director of ICE’s Permanent Secretariat

    In June this year, Mrs. Yasmine Gouédard was elected by the College members to be the first head of the ICE’s Permanent Secretariat. On 14th September, she formally took up her position of the coordination structure. Since, she has been actively working on consolidating links between members. Mrs. Gouédard is in close contact with the stakeholders of the College, and in constant association with the Presidency and Troika board. Her first trip was to Zagreb, as Croatia assumes since February 2020 ICE’s rotating presidency for a year.

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  • Webinar “European security challenges”

    The Intelligence College in Europe invited professors from three member countries (Italy, Romania and Finland) to present their vision on European security challenges in the 21st century. They gave their input on the impact of technology on national security, propaganda and disinformation, and hybrid warfare.