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Virtual Cafe 6 May 2021
Seven webinars on Verification in the Age of Google Earth (July-November 2020) brought together a very wide variety of people interested in different kinds of open-source verification and remote monitoring, and started conversations on the synergies, possibilities and challenges which link different approaches. Many of the webinar panellists and other participants have wanted to find out more about each other and build better networks.

Our Virtual Cafés have been organised to facilitate this kind of opportunity. They enable participants to get to know each other through short informal conversations that are unmoderated and unrecorded. They are open to anyone interested in human security and open-source verification, including open-source verification practitioners, researchers, journalists, policy-makers, and students. Discussions are conducted on the basis of the Chatham House Rule.

The 6 May Virtual Café will focus on the achievements of the Iraq disarmament inspections during the 1990s and early 2000s, and what contemporary open-source research can learn from them. It will include experts on UNSCOM / UNMOVIC / the IAEA Action Team, as well as current open-source research practitioners and other security analysts.

May 6, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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