Rounding off NATO’s 70th anniversary year, and back in the city that was its inaugural home, heads of governments will convene in London to examine how the Euro-Atlantic Alliance adapts and maintains security for its Allies in a rapidly changing world.
On the eve of the NATO Leaders’ Meeting, a special ‘Town Hall’ event on 3rd December will set the scene and facilitate a broader conversation by bringing together policy makers and officials with other institutions such as think tanks and universities, as well as the public.
The event will look to NATO’s future, examining how the Alliance deals with geopolitical uncertainty, changing threats and new opportunities. Discussions will cover topics including hybrid conflict, disinformation and societal resilience, cyber security, emerging and disruptive tech, shifts in great power competition and NATO’s enduring value in meeting these challenges.
Several leaders from NATO Allies will be invited to attend this Town Hall. Previous NATO Engages events in Washington D.C. and Brussels have included the NATO Secretary General, US Vice President, heads of government and defence and foreign ministers from NATO member states.
Confirmed speakers, agenda items and further details on timing will be released in the coming weeks and updated on this website
This will be the only official NATO outreach event held on the eve of the NATO Leaders’ Meeting. It is organised by the Atlantic Council, GLOBSEC, King’s College London, the Munich Security Conference and the Royal United Services Institute, in partnership with NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division and the UK Government