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La technologie est en développement constant et elle joue un rôle important dans le façonnement des tendances futures. Dans les dix prochaines années, nous verrons sans aucun doute davantage de changements technologiques, comme le développement de la robotique et des machines automatisées. Il y a énormément d'inventions prometteuses et d'innovations technologiques qui rendrons nos vies plus faciles. Ce catalogue contient des podcasts sur les dernières tendances technologiques, les futures tendances du marché, les futures prévisions, la technologie du futur, les tendances tech émergentes, les nouvelles tendances et les analyses de tendances. Cette ère numérique va assurément bénéficier à l'humanité, en termes de sécurité, d'habitation, d'éducation, de santé et même pour les choses les plus simples. Ne soyez pas étonné si à l'avenir, les voitures sont autonomes, la réalité virtuelle a supplantée les jeux vidéos et les films, nos chiens portent une micro-puce et parlent comme des humains, des drones construisent les ponts et votre frigo commande des aliments du supermarché. Alors, mettez ces écouteurs maintenant, car ça vaut la peine de savoir ce que le futur nous réserve.
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The International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers' Association (ICoCA) is a multistakeholder initiative whose mission is to raise private industry security standards and promote the responsible provision of private security. During these podcasts ICoCA invites different perspectives on what the future holds for responsible private security that respects human rights and international humanitarian law. Music by www.bensound.com
 
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After a career in the Gurkhas and Singapore Police, Ian Gordon founded his own private security company, IDG Security, an ICoCA Certified Member Company with operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, and Myanmar. So what are the pitfalls in recruiting private security personnel from South Asia, and how does Ian avoid these? We talk to Ian about the…
 
In the fourteenth episode of ICoCA's podcast series we talk to Mike Blythe, Chief Operating Officer at Risk and Strategic Management, Corp (RSM). With a background in the military, Mike has decades of experience helping humanitarian actors with their security needs and recently completed a PhD on the topic. We ask him about his research and what hi…
 
In the 13th episode we talk to Simon Pears, Chair of the International Professional Security Association (IPSA). Simon is implementing a plan that could potentially provide IPSA with key data about the treatment of frontline security personnel around the world. So why is this important, and if successful, how might this data inform policy and pract…
 
In the twelfth episode we talk to Stella Kagwi, Group HR Coordinator for WS Insight, an ICoCA Member Company with operations across Africa, about why and how human resource management plays such a critical role in the provision of responsible security.Par ICoCA
 
Richard Robinson is a Senior Advisor for GardaWorld. His vast experience has seen him working in and across all sectors, corporate, non-profit and government. He was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and spent the last two decades there, which included setting up one of the largest tin mines in the world in a remote region of North Kivu. So …
 
Candace Rondeaux, Professor of Practice at the School of Politics and Global Studies and a Senior Fellow with the Center on the Future of War at Arizona State University, shares her insights on the rise of Russian mercenaries, including the Wagner group, in various conflicts around the world. What's driving the increasing prevalence of mercenaries,…
 
In the first episode of the second series, we talk to two members of the ICoCA Board of Directors, Jo Anthoine, Director of Risk and Welfare, GardaWorld and Michelle Quinn, Senior Vice President, Patriot Group International. Why did they choose careers in the private security sector? What has their experience been of the challenges and opportunitie…
 
We talk to Jonathan Drimmer, a Partner at Paul Hastings law firm and Strategic Advisor with the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights to find out why companies should care about human rights and the risks they face if they ignore these risks. Jonathan shares his insights on the challenges organisations face in ensuring human rights comp…
 
In Episode 7, we talk to Dr. Christopher Kinsey, Reader at Kings College London, who has spent the last twenty years researching and writing on the subject of private security. Dr. Kinsey describes how the private security sector has changed since he started his research, and how accountability mechanisms have developed during this period. So what …
 
To find out why modern slavery persists in the private security sector we talk to James Sinclair, Executive Director of Ethical Innovations and one of the Co-Founders of FSI Worldwide, an ethical recruitment company with its roots in the private security space. Why have modern slavery and the private security sector become intertwined and what can …
 
In Episode 5 we talk to Emily Munro, Head of Strategic Anticipation at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GSCP). We start by asking what COVID-19 has taught us about strategic anticipation. How well-prepared were we for a pandemic and what has this preparedness taught us about the importance of using strategic foresight to be better prepared in…
 
In Episode 4 we talk to Dr Sorcha MacLeod, Associate Professor and Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellow in the Centre for Private Governance (CEPRI) in the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen and an independent human rights expert on the United Nations Working Group on Mercenaries and the UN Intergovernmental Working Group on private milit…
 
During this episode we interview Dr. Jean-Marc Rickli, Head of Global Risk and Resilience at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) in Geneva, Switzerland. Among other questions, we ask which technologies the security sector is already embracing and which are on the horizon that have the potential to disrupt the industry. With serious concern…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on security around the world. In this episode, we talk to Richard Wylde, Director for Government and Defence, and Chair of the UK Security in Complex Environments Group (SCEG). We ask Richard what the UK security sector has learned from COVID-19 and how we can ensure high standards are maintained and hum…
 
Jamie Williamson, Executive Director of the International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA) shares his perspectives on the future of responsible private security provision. Recounting the history of the formation of the Association and how the security industry has evolved, Jamie lays out some key emerging issues. These include the role of techno…
 
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