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ICI Belgium

The ICI’s primary aim is to enhance CBRNE risk mitigation at regional, national and international levels, in particular through its two Knowledge Centres (CBRN & E).
The ICI engages in a wide range of CBRNE-related activities including developing and supporting academic and policy-related research, organising conferences, seminars and workshops, as well as professional development programmes for responders by means of courses and master classes.


Knowledge centres

The ICI unique Knowledge Centres address topics from crisis/consequence management to scientific issues, emergency planning, or technological challenges and development.

High-level professionals

KC members are very high-level professionals from all backgrounds (international organizations, armed forces, first responder community, scientists, equipment providers, etc.) ready to assist, inform and advise on best practices about CBRNE matters.

At the forefront

The ICI collaborates with other partners such as institutional, academic and corporate bodies and aims to be at the forefront of CBRNE-related activities, from policy to practical application


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Latest news

The ICI welcomes a team from Conflict Armament Research

From 19th to 23rd of June, the ICI welcomed a team from Conflict Armament Research, who conduct weapon trafficking investigations in non-permissive environments.

A few words from the participants: “With the current threat profile of the region, it was the most logical step for the organization’s Iraq/Syria investigative unit to receive a basic CBRN awareness course at the International CBRNE Institute. The professionalism of the instructors, their availability and flexibility, and the high-quality of the facility in Belgium is what made all the difference. The team was constantly engaged and motivated.

We have learned a lot.”

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European CBRNE Threats and counter CBRNE technologies

On Thursday 20th April, the ICI organised an information day and exhibition focusing on current European CBRNE Threats and counter CBRNE technologies with guest speakers from Interpol’s Chemical and Explosive Terrorism Prevention unit and the European Defence Agency. In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the Chemical Weapons Convention, homage was paid at the

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