Platform Login


Cooperation between the Safe Stadium and the Polish Police Headquarters

On 7 December 2023, a working meeting was held at the Police Headquarters in Warsaw to discuss the assumptions and current status of work in the Safe Stadium Project. The meeting was organized in connection with the planned Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2025.


One of the assumptions of the Polish Presidency is to attempt to introduce recommendations/ recommendations/ directives within the EU on countering CBRN threats in connection with sports and other large mass events. Safe Stadium, with its research findings and developed procedures could support  this initiative. Further consultations and analyses of materials developed by the Project Consortium are planned.

SAFE STADIUM in Phnom Penh in Cambodia

Cambodia is going to host ASEAN Games in 2023 and CBRN protection of this sport event is one of the tasks for succesfull organization. New modern sport complex  „Morodok Techo National Stadium“ with main stadium, aquatic centre, indoor sport facilities and training halls will be ready for all competitions.

International Security and Emergency Management Institute (ISEMI) as part of the consortium of SAFE STADIUM project in cooperation with Cambodian General Secretariat of National Authority for Prohibition of CBRN Weapons (NACW) conducted working meeting in Phnom Penh in Cambodia on 3rd and 4th of May 2022. Main aims of the meeting were to visit National stadium in Phnom Penh, to present project Safe Stadium and to share current outcomes implemented in EU from this project. In addition, ISEMI representative provided initial advice how to organize CBRN Protection during ASEAN Games 2023. NACW authorities are very interested in Safe Stadium project and they will appreciate if all significant deliverables from Safe Stadium project can be shared or delivered as new project in Cambodia with the aim to improve CBRN protection of sport/mass events in Cambodia.