5 edition of Security sector reform and the defence establishment in Mozambique found in the catalog.
Security sector reform and the defence establishment in Mozambique
by Centro de Estudos Estrategicos e Internacionais, Instituto Superior de Relacoes Internacionais ; [Goteborg], Dept. of Peace and Development Research in Maputo
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 98-102).
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||2005328915|
Column - THE International Crisis Group Report titled Liberia: Staying Focused in their Crisis Group, Africa Briefing No 36, 13 January presents us with a snapshot of an approach to Security. Reform implies change and this is the key concept behind SSR. SSR is based on the premise that change in the security sector is nece ssary in order to remain relevant but that there should be a recognised reason for change. The reason, or trigger, will influence the nature of reform.
In , Kellie was awarded the national award of Grand Commander of the Order of the Rokel (GCOR) “in recognition of his outstanding contribution towards the reform of the Security Sector and the establishment of the Office of National Security” as Executive Secretariat of the National Security Council of Sierra Leone. Successive Libyan governments and the international community have worked for eight years to stabilise and reform the country’s security sector. But all this has been halted by the outbreak of war between the internationally recognised Government of National Accord and Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army. The formality of the titles accorded to each side obscures [ ].
The Rise of the South African Security Establishment: An Essay on the Changing Locus of State Power 'The official vehicle for co-ordinating and expressing views has been, of late, the State Security council and especially its Secretariat. The latter is heavily indebted to the South African Defence Force (SADF) for key personnel. due to therecognition of their role in the establishment of regional SSR Security Sector Reform SSSC State Security Sub Committee UN United Nations TORs Terms of Reference Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation. 15 On 17 August , in Maputo, Mozambique, the SADC.
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The Security Sector Governance (SSG) Programme of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) conducted baseline studies of the security sector in six Southern African countries, namely Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe, as well as the Southern African Development Community’s Organ on Politics, Defence and Security (SADC.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN SECURITY REVIEW Jointly published in October by: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Mozambique Office Av. Tomás Nduda Caixa Postal Maputo, Mozambique Telf.: (00 ) 21 49 12 31 [email protected] The Centre for Defence and Security Management Graduate School of Public and Development ManagementFile Size: 1MB.
The process of reforms in the security sector was not consistently addressed from the immediate post-war transitional phase. In terms of the United Nations Mission in Mozambique (UNOMOZ) work, relative success was experienced with the demobilisation process, from the point of view of ensuring peaceful elections.
The case for securiTy secTor reform in zimbabwe ii This paper is intended to stimulate a discourse on the security sector and its reform in Zimbabwe. It makes the case that Security Sector Reform (SSR) must be a fundamental component in Zimbabwe’s stabilisation and reconstruction, and suggests ways forward to achieve this.
Zimbabwe’sFile Size: 1MB. sector. The book series Security and Defence Management explains princi-ples and approaches to formulating and implementing security and defence policies, presents results of policy-related research, and pro-vides examples of good practice in transforming and managing security sector organisations, organisational processes and resources.
Outlining in simple terms the key issues defence professionals must address to ensure good governance of the defence sector from within the defence establishment, the book provides an introduction to these issues for new defence professionals in transition democracies.
The objective is to explain principles and approaches to formulating and implementing security and defence policies. UN Defence Sector Reform (DSR) Policy - This policy is designed to guide the United Nations support to National Defence Sector reform (DSR) efforts.
It outlines the parameters and components of this support, including principles, elements for any mission concept, core tasks and constraints.
Security Sector Reform in Africa Introduction The concept of security sector reform (SSR) has only been in currency for some 10 years. However, it has already come to occupy a central place on the agenda of institutions active in the fields of development, conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
Parliamentary oversight of defence transformation: The South African experience Thandi Modise CHAPTER 2 13 Security sector reform in Sierra Leone Osman Gbla CHAPTER 3 37 The challenges of security sector reform in West Africa Ishola Williams PART 2: CHALLENGES TO SECURITY SECTOR REFORM IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 51 CHAPTER 4 A new Handbook of International Security and Development has just been released by Edward Elgar Publishing.
The handbook provides a survey of current thinking within the field of security and development, and contains several chapters authored or co-authored by DIIS researchers Peter Alexander Albrecht, Helene Maria Kyed, Finn Stepputat, Louise Wiuff Moe and Louise Riis Andersen. Security sector reform (SSR) and mine action share a strong common conceptual basis, which draws from a shared understanding of security.
They both reflect a conceptualization of security that is not limited to the level of the state, but takes into account security threats and needs at. Security sector reform is part of an attempt to develop a more coherent framework for reducing the risk that state weakness or failure will lead to disorder and violence.
Security Sector Reform (SSR) aims to enhance Security Sector Governance (SSG) through the effective and efficient delivery of security under conditions of democratic oversight and control. SSR offers a framework for conceptualising which actors and factors are relevant to security in a given environment as well as methodology for optimising the use of available security.
Security sector reform can take decades to become sustainable. Mozambique is a good example. Although it’s been 25 years since the peace agreements were signed, security sector challenges remain central to the crisis facing the country.
It is vital that the AU and African states continue to support countries in situations of conflict and violence. Security Sector Reform in Southern Africa Southern African Defence and Security Management Network (SADSEM), looks at This book from the Institute for Security Studies describes how the 13 states of the SADC developed their military institutions following independence.
Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration (DDR). Security sector reform (SSR) envisions constitutional, democratic and public control of the security services as such, and given the historic involvement of the security services in instability in the Horn, SSR is certain to go a good distance towards improving the dismal human conditions existing in the Horn of Africa.
The security sector in Southern Africa. This monograph is a study of the security sector in six Southern African countries, namely Botswana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
security council th & th meetings (pm & night) security council presidential statement emphasizes security sector reform essential element of. This publication focuses on practical aspects of democratic defence management through the eyes of practitioners.
Outlining in simple terms the key issues defence professionals must address to ensure good governance of the defence sector from within the defence establishment, the book provides an introduction to these issues for new defence professionals in transition democracies. The [ ]. Security Sector Reform in Africa: A Lost Opportunity to Deconstruct Militarised Masculinities.
Yaliwe Clarke Under the guise of peace-building and post-conflict reconstruction, countries that have been through years of civil war (Liberia, Sierra Leone, DRC, Southern Sudan, Mozambique, Angola, etc), have committed to reforming the security sector.
The objective of security sector reform (SSR) is to achieve good security sector governance (SSG)—where security actors are effective and accountable to their people. For example, SSR might guide decision-making on what form should the oversight of armed forces take or how transparent will intelligence agencies be according to legislation.1.
The African Union: For the purposes of security sector reform, African Union includes the Assembly, the Peace and Security Council, the AU Commission and all other relevant organs of the African Union. 2. African continent: In this policy, Africa, the African continent, the continent or continental.Changes in the security environment since the end of the Cold War have made the DA’s role considerably more challenging and given him/ her a key role in national defence diplomacy.
In addition to more traditional tasks, the DA may now have to contend with issues as diverse as • defence reform and security sector reform inFile Size: 1MB.