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From the Website: "Hybrid CoE is an international, autonomous network-based organization promoting a whole-of-government and whole-of-society approach to countering hybrid threats. Participation in the Centre's activities is open to all EU and NATO countries, and the number of Participating States has grown to include 31 states today. Hybrid CoE's mission is to strengthen its Participating States' and organizations' security by providing expertise and training for countering hybrid threats. The Centre's vision is a world in which our open, democratic societies operate free of hostile outside interference. The autonomous Centre is unique in the sense that it is the only actor having both the EU and NATO work and conduct exercises together, with activities covering a wide range of domains from civil to military, and from hostile influencing to hybrid warfare. The Centre's key task is to build its Participating States' capabilities to prevent and counter hybrid threats. This is achieved by sharing best practices, providing recommendations, as well as testing new ideas and approaches. The Centre also builds the operational capacities of the Participating States by training practitioners and organizing hands-on exercises. Hybrid CoE not only crafts new strategic concepts, it also helps to implement them. Excellence is achieved through the Centre's cross-governmental, cross-sectoral networks, which consist of over 1,500 practitioners and experts working variously in the Participating States, the EU and NATO, the private sector, and academia. Hybrid CoE leads the conversation on hybrid threats by publishing a wide range of publications and engaging with various partners in the field. The Centre's work is planned and coordinated by the Hybrid CoE Secretariat, located in Helsinki, Finland."

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