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|Aim and Purpose|
The aim and purpose of Connections UK is to help bring together two main audiences:
We aren't here to try to make money - Connections UK is a not-for-profit organisation intended to act as a service to the wargaming community. Charges will be as small as possible, sufficient to cover food, venue and whatever minimal administration is required.
We aren't "anti-computer" as these are essential for our work, but the main aim is adversarial wargaming in order to generate insights, innovation and original thought. We feel that there are already enough events dealing with computer based simulation, such as IITSEC, GDC and EGX.
Phil Sabin is Professor of Strategic Studies in the Department of War Studies at King's College London.
Graham Longley-Brown is a consultant with LBS Consultancy dedicated to successful professional wargames.
Tom Mouat is a serving officer currently working at the Defence Academy of the UK where he is the DS for Simulation and Modelling.
Colin Marston is a Principal Analyst at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory.
Rex Brynen is Professor of Political Science at McGill University and nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council.
Jim Wallman is a professional game designer with Stone Paper Scissors specialising in manual games.
Matt Caffrey is a USAF reserve Colonel, and the guiding light behind the Connections Conference (USA).
Stephen Downes-Martin is a Research Fellow at the US Naval War College.
|GDPR Compliance Statement|
Privacy Notice: We are committed to respecting your privacy. This notice is to explain how we will use your personal information that we collect about you.
Personal Information: We maintain three sets of personal data relating to the Connections UK Conference: Personal biographic data relating to Speakers, Conference questionnaire quality feedback data, and a Mailing list for the purposes of updating people who have expressed an interest about the Connections UK Conference as to the dates and plans for the Conference. The biographic data is provided by the Speakers and published on www.professionalwargaming.co.uk website, with backups of the site retained by the web manager. The Conference questionnaire quality feedback is deliberately anonymised, but some items of personal information are collected for demographic purposes to improve future conferences. The Mailing list contains names and email addresses of those people who have provided that detail to the conference organisers, along with any additional information as to their organisation and specific conference related interests, so we can better design the conference agenda; and is maintained by the Conference coordinator.
Special Categories of Personal Information: We do not collect any special category information.
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Disclosure of your Personal Information: We do not share your personal information with Third Parties.
Contacting Us: If you have any questions concerning your personal data, please use the contact form here.