The nature of dark matter continues to be a mystery. However, recent experiments and observations are putting a new light on the spectra of theoretical possibilities. We are drawn to critically assess our present knowledge on the astrophysical side of the paradigm, to revise current theories of particle dark matter, and to look out for new observational windows. This workshop shall bring together leading theoretical particle and astro- physicists whose work is relevant in the direct and indirect detection of dark matter. What do we really know about dark matter on local, galactic, and cosmological scales and how confident are we in quantifying the uncertainties on this knowledge? What is new on the anomaly-driven observational forefront and how well can indirect astrophysical probes inform us about the particle nature of the dark matter sector? Finally, how well does the dark matter framework reconcile with the overall cosmological picture that observations present to us?