Recognizing that capacity building is a crucial driver of development, MESIS offers training to a wide range of stakeholders from government and civil society, and works to link experts across the region and globally to exchange insights into best practices and discuss solutions to common challenges. CBRN risk mitigation efforts usually require substantial investments in sophisticated equipment and systems. However, the human element remains a crucial determinant of performance.
In the age of the global network, governments, companies, civil society, social networks, and non-state actors are all part of the global security landscape. MESIS adopts a networked strategy to security that
promotes a whole-of-society approach to addressing CRBN risks in an interconnected world. MESIS believes that fostering a culture of security is a shared responsibility, which requires security and non-security communities and institutions to play a collaborative role.