Published 2009 by Lit, Distribution in North America by Transaction Publishers in Wien, New Brunswick [NJ] .
Written in EnglishRead online
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Hans Born and Albrecht Schnabel|
|LC Classifications||JZ5588 .S42965 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||2010411086|
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Security Sector Reform () and, last year, Local Ownership and Security Sector Reform. This seventh edition of DCAF’s Yearbook series is dedicated to Security Sector Reform in Challenging Environments.
It explores experiences with implementing security sector reform. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Ideal requirements versus real environments in security sector reform / Albrecht Schnabel --Security sector reform in the Security sector reform in challenging environments book African Republic / Boubacar N'Diaye --Limited security sector reform in Colombia / Wolf Grabendorff --Security sector reform.
Book Description: More often than not Security Sector Reform (SSR) takes place against many odds, in barely enabling political, security, economic, and social environments. This volume offers evidence-based analyses of positive and negative SSR records in barely enabling environments.
Security Sector Reform in Challenging Environments. 1 January, of SSR policy frameworks as well as to help practitioners in designing and implementingeffective and sustainable SSR in challenging environments.
This book. This book examines the evolution, impact, and future prospects of the Security Sector Reform (SSR) model in conflict-affected countries in the context of the wider debate over the liberal peace project.
Security Sector Reform - Issues, Challenges and Prospects. Over the last decade, the failure of countries to emerge from conflict and the rise of 'failed states' has focused attention on state security.
Security sector reform is underpinned by a number of normative assumptions about the desirability of democratization, civilian control of the armed forces, a clear division between internal and external security functions, the independence of the judiciary and a strong civil society roleThese.
Warlords, Militias and Security Sector Reform in Afghanistan Post-conflict environments often face the challenge of how to deal with non-state armed actors (NSAAs).
The role of NSAAs is nonetheless. Reform or transformation of the security sector is a growing focus of international assistance. Past security assistance programmes were often ill-conceived and poorly implemented and resulted in.
engaged in security sector reform, and uncovers the profound. conceptual and practical challenges encountered in transforming.
policy aspiration into practice.' ID number: Year: / Security Sector Reform. Security sector reform should be contextualised within democracy, human rights, good governance and the creation of accountability and transparency in security sector processes.
Local. Security sector reform (SSR) is a key concern in the current landscape of political transition towards democracy in the Maghreb. It is particularly important given the fundamental and historical.
Security Sector Reform in Constitutional Transitions Key recommendations Security sector reform, democratization and constitutional reform are intrinsically linked. The constitution-building process can therefore provide a critical forum for negotiations over changes in the relationship between civilian and security sector.
In societies emerging from conflict, security sector reform is a determining factor for the exit of a peacekeeping operation, early recovery, sustainable peacebuilding and longer-term development.
Many countries are increasingly involved in supporting security sector reform in post conflict or political transition environments. However, these processes can become incoherent, uncoordinated and even.
Security sector reform and post-conﬂict peacebuilding / edited by Albrecht Schnabel and Hans-Georg Ehrhart. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.) 1. National security. This article explores gender and security sector reform (SSR) in Zimbabwe from to the present.
It firstly postulates that the purpose of gender-sensitive SSR is to transform security services so as to enhance human security, as opposed to having an exclusive focus on state and territorial security. Environments in Security Sector Reform’ (pp.
3–36) and Hans Born, ‘Security Sector Reform in Challenging Environments: Insightsmfro Comparative Analysis’ (pp. –). CHALLENGES TO SECURITY SECTOR REFORMIN THE HORN OF AFRICA. Â Monograph NoMay Â Edited by Len le Roux and Yemane Kidane Introduction Sierra Leone is an appropriate African country for a critical study of security sector reform.
The concepts of security sector governance and reform (SSG/R, or SSG and SSR) generally refer to a process in Western-based international development and democratization to amend the security sector of a state towards good governance and its principles, such as freedom of information and the rule of law.
The objective of security sector reform (SSR) is to achieve good security sector. Paris: OECD, p. Ibid., pp. 16– The following lists draw on, and are an expansion of, the description of security sector reform activities by the EU, examined in ibid., pp.
3–4, 8– For further recent analyses of security sector reform challenges. Nigeria’s security agencies are also becoming more politicized, detaining journalists and civil society members, and appearing more like a tool of regime coercion than at any time since the end of military rule.
Security sector reform: mission impossible. Such worrying trends can only be tackled by broad-based security sector reform. Adequate governance of the security sector is now more relevant than ever.
Effectively sustaining peace and preventing conflict while responding to a public-health emergency will depend on the ability of governments to uphold the core principles on security sector reform set forth in Security.
External actors from other nations, regional organizations, and the United Nations can be of assistance in this process by creating a basic security environment, preventing remnants of armed groups from spoiling the fragile peacebuilding process, and by facilitating reform of the local security sector.
This book. Security Sector Reform (SSR) aims to enhance SSG through the eff ective and effi cient delivery of security under conditions of democratic oversight and control.
environment. The notion that development and security. Security sector reform (SSR) has evolved into an increasingly popular approach to address at least some of the challenges experienced in transitional societies.
The Arab Spring uprisings in Northern Africa and the Middle East have put the security sector. (). Security sector reform in Africa: Donor approaches versus local needs.
Contemporary Security Policy: Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. The Gambia's National Security Adviser, Retired Colonel Momodou Badjie, has officially launched the National Security Strategy (NDS) and Security Sector Reform Strategy (SSRS) in collaboration.
Security sector reform could benefit from a startup model: small scale, cost-effective, and innovative partnerships that require minimal investment but yield long term dividends towards achieving national security.
Prioritizing Security Sector Reform: A New U.S. Approach argues that security sector reform (SSR) should be at the core of a new U.S. policy to strengthen the security sector capacity of countries where U.S.
interests are at stake. As the United States withdraws from a more interventionist policy, it cannot wholly ignore the growing disorder in fragile environments. 10 Security Sector Reform in Stabilization Environments Stabilization environments should be distinguished from stabilization interventions.3 Stabilization interventions are the processes that aim to.
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Security Sector Reform (SSR) refers to the process of transforming the ‘security sector’ – those institutions that safeguard a country and its citizens from security threats – to ensure the provision of effective security.
Security Sector Reform (SSR) is a broad and ambitious notion that concerns establishing and improving those security relationships and architectures most commonly associated with liberal democracy.
Security is essential for sustainable development. The Security Governance Initiative — an interagency initiative composed of multiple U.S. government agencies, including USAID, the National Security Council, and the Departments of State, Defense, Justice, and Homeland Security — builds the capacity of security sector.
Security Sector Reform (SSR) is becoming an integral part of international security and development cooperation. This book focuses on the complexities of implementing SSR across the globe, and assesses the challenges. The State of the Security Sector and the Imperative for Reform In South Sudan, the components of the uniformed security sector include the: Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA).
The Security Council updated a resolution on security sector reform challenged by enormous issues in post‑conflict security environments, which may include challenges in the spheres of.5 Enhancing Security Sector Governance in the Pacific Region: A Strategic Framework PART 1 The completion of this publication would not have been possible without the assistance, input and ideas.Though there is no single globally accepted definition, SSR generally refers to a process to reform or rebuild a state's security sector.
It responds to a situation in which a dysfunctional security sector is .