eSeminar No. 1 – Libya: Dealing with the Militias and Advancing Security Sector Reform
The purpose of the Centre for Security Governance‘s inaugural eSeminar, held on November 6, 2013, was to take stock of the volatile security situation in Libya and discuss the progress of SSR and disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) initiatives. The event brought together a panel of four experts – two from Libya and two from the United States – to dissect this multidimensional challenge and provide insight on the way forward.
Video recordings of the event’s four presentations and Q&A/Discussion Period are available below:
Interviews with SSR Experts
The Security Sector Reform Resource Centre conducts interviews with expert practitioners, researchers, and policy makers in the fields of security sector governance and reform.
The Future of Security Sector Reform: An eConference
On May 4-8, 2009, CSG Executive Director Mark Sedra organized an eConference entitled “The Future of Security Sector Reform.” The goal of this web-based conference was to take stock of the evolution of SSR – identifying successes, failures, and challenges – and contemplate its future. Over 300 policy makers, practitioners, and observers from over 50 countries and a wide range of disciplines took part in the conference.