News

2nd September 2016
We are looking for a responsive and motivated intern. Intern will be required to fulfill an array of tasks both creative and administrative in nature. Daily Responsibilities - Develop and curate media relationships; Research publicity opportunities; Work with the team to develop social media content; Manage the social media content schedule.
16th August 2016
Beata Biały has become a senior expert in the StratCom Doctrine and Development Branch.
15th August 2016
The second International Conference on PSYOPS to Counter Daesh took place in Baghdad, 10-11 August 2016. Aim of the conference was to globally confront the ideological sources of Daesh and fight them on the ideological, psychological and media levels, identify the media outlets that support or participate in supporting Daesh, establish a ground for the international community and the Islamic countries to educate about moderate Islam and to combat religious sectarian extremism on different levels including media and religious narratives as well as curriculums as well as counter Daesh propaganda.
15th August 2016
On 28th July, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence and Ministry of Defence of Georgia signed a cooperation agreement.
21st July 2016
On 21st July, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Lilian Darii, paid a visit to Riga for a round of political consultations and met with the Director of the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence Jānis Sārts.
7th July 2016
We need a creative team player in our multi-functional Branch. You will be responsible for harnessing computer and networking power as we continue to understand communication and international crises. If you think you have the capabilities, come and join us in Riga. The Technical and Scientific Development Branch develops audience and network characterization tools, conducts social media and network analysis, processes data flow and develops external communication tools to establish and maintain collaboration between subject matter experts. Professional skills and qualification: Proficient in programming, software design, debugging, testing. Proficient in programming languages like Python and R-Language. Knowledge of other programming...
7th July 2016
The Technical and Scientific Development Branch develops audience and network characterization tools, conducts social media and network analysis, processes data flow and develops external communication tools to establish and maintain collaboration amongst subject matter experts. Professional skills and experience required: Experience of anthropologic research concepts, methodology, theories, analytical methods and tools related to communication, including using information from internet and databases. Research and use anthropological data to explore social interaction, in particular to understand and explain communication issues of intercultural nature. Assessment and identification of the causes and dynamics of conflicts emerging from global, transnational and local processes and evaluation...
6th July 2016
Starting from July 6, a new Technical and Scientific Development Branch will start operating as a part of the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence. The new branch will produce studies in StratCom, merging both qualitative and quantitative approaches; it will support the other branches in their research, network with the wider academic and business community, and strengthen the role of the Centre as a hub of knowledge and expertise in Strategic Communications. The director, Mr. Janis Sarts sees the creation of this new branch as a reply to the need for improving links between practitioners and scientists: ‘Technological development...
21st June 2016
President of Estonia Toomas Hendrik Ilves visited the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence on June 21. He met with Director Jānis Sārts, Chief of Staff Colonel Vytautas Reklaitis, Deputy Director Colonel Aivar Jaeski, and the Branch Chiefs.