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Police reform in Iraq: Challenges and Lessons Learned (Part II) By: Antoine Vandemoortele | Iraq | Aug 26, 2016

Antoine Vandemoortele, Senior Researcher and Communications Manager at the Centre for Security Governance, recently discussed with Paul Biddle, an experienced security sector governance practitioner, about his role as Strategic Police Advisor to the UK Embassy in Baghdad, the Coalition Joint Task Force Operation “Inherent Resolve” and the Governor of Anbar in Iraq between February and May 2016. In this interview, they discuss key issues of security sector reform such as local ownership, lessons learned and the political challenges of SSR in fragile and conflict-affected countries. Read more

 

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