The Centre for Security Governance has just published its latest CSG Insight, “Learning from Failure? British and European Approaches to Security and Justice Programming” written by Antoine Vandemoortele. This article discusses recent evaluation reports of UK and EU security and justice programming and analyzes alternative and innovative security sector reform (SSR) strategies. To read this CSG Insight, click here.
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Publication Announcement – CSG Insight No.6: Learning from Failure? British and European Approaches to Security and Justice ProgrammingBy: Antoine Vandemoortele | Thursday, May 14th, 2015
The Centre for Security Governance has just published its latest CSG Insight, “Policing Engendered Security Sector Reform” written by Heather Murphy. This article explores the various measures of gender sensitive police reform and argues that a multifaceted approach is required if police are to successfully undergo a gender sensitive reform process. To read this CSG Insight, click here.
Publication Announcement – eSeminar Summary No. 3: “New Frontiers in SSR: Countering Technology-Driven Threats”By: SSR Resource Centre | Thursday, September 25th, 2014
The Centre for Security Governance has just published eSeminar Summary No. 3 on “New Frontiers in Security Sector Reform: Countering Technology-Driven Threats,” following its eSeminar event that took place on July 17, 2014. This short report summarizes the presentations of all three panellists, synthesizes their main conclusions, and explores some of the issues discussed during
Publication Announcement – eSeminar Primer No. 3: “New Frontiers in SSR: Countering Technology-Driven Threats”By: SSR Resource Centre | Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
The Centre for Security Governance has just published eSeminar Primer No. 3 on “New Frontiers in Security Sector Reform: Countering Technology-Driven Threats,” in advance of its forthcoming eSeminar event to take place Thursday, July 17.
A new paper by Amelia Padurariu, published in Stability: The International Journal of Security and Development, examines the role of main international actors involved in the implementation of police reform in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina, particularly that of the UN and the EU.
Centre for Security Governance eSeminar Report – Libya: Dealing with the Militias and Advancing Security Sector ReformBy: Matthew Redding | Thursday, January 9th, 2014
The Centre for Security Governance (CSG) has produced its first eSeminar Summary Report from its inaugural eSeminar on militia demobilization and security sector reform in Libya. The report is being released in conjunction with the recorded videos of the speaker’s presentations and the discussion period, available individually on YouTube at the links provided
Women’s participation in security sector reform (SSR) is often stated on paper, but overlooked in practice. With the goal of addressing this gap, the Institute for Inclusive Security and the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) has released a vital Toolkit: A Women’s Guide to Security Sector Reform. The guide concretely outlines ways for women in
With over a decade of experience in working on gender and security issues, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) recently hosted a three-day workshop (June 2012) on gender training for the security sector. The workshop, stemming from DCAF’s Gender and Security Sector Reform Capacity Building project, produced a final summary
The SSR Resource Centre and CIGI have released SSR Issue Paper no. 9, From Private Security to Public Good: Regulating the Private Security Industry in Haiti, by Geoff Burt. Haiti, like many countries, relies heavily on private security companies to protect people and property. While the private security industry has a vital role to play
The SSR Resource Centre and CIGI have just released SSR Issue Paper no. 8, Towards a Non-State Security Sector Reform Strategy. The paper outlines a comprehensive strategy for engaging non-state actors in SSR by synthesizing the emerging literature on this approach and developing new conceptual tools to advance policy and practice. It explains when and why