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Encouraging and promoting the study of intelligence and security,
and the teaching of courses at Canadian universities and colleges in these fields.

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Encouraging research in intelligence and security in the interest of
higher education, scholarship and an informed public opinion.

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Providing an interdisciplinary forum through which interested academics,
and other interested persons may engage in matters relating to intelligence and security.

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Welcome to CASIS-ACERS

The Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS) is a nonpartisan, voluntary organization established in 1985. Its purpose is to provide informed debate in Canada on security and intelligence issues. 

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Symposium Program “The Adversaries”

Featuring: Jennifer Sims, Christopher Johnson, Peter Mattis, Masashi Nishihata, Joan Debardeleben, Mark Galeotti, John Adams, Rob McRae. Panel Chairs: Wesley Wark, Gérard Hervouet, Jez Littlewood. See Symposium Page for full program.
Annual Symposium January 23, 2015

View this section for helpful links on resources for studying security and intelligence, including federal departments like Public Safety Canada and the Department of National Defence (DND).

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The amended CASIS Constitution was initially drafted by a sub-committee consisting of Board members Bruce Craig (President), David Charters and Wesley Wark.
Constitution
If you wish to leave a message, or ask for further information, please contact the CASIS Secretary, Jeremy Littlewood.
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