by Lit, Distributed in North America by Transaction Publishers in Zürich, Piscataway, NJ .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Timothy Donais|
|Contributions||Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces|
|LC Classifications||UA10.5 .L63 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|ISBN 10||9783037352571, 9783825816520|
|LC Control Number||2009376029|
In November , the 6th volume in DCAF's flagship Yearly Book series was published. Complementing last year's volume on the role of intergovernmental organisations in SSR, the topic of this year's edition is Local Ownership and Security Sector :// Local Ownership and Security Sector Reform Over the past two decades, in response to the underwhelming results of international development efforts across the Third World, arguments concerning the importance of local ownership have been gaining currency within the /Books/Local-Ownership-and-Security-Sector-Reform. LOCAL OWNERSHIP OF SECURITY SECTOR REFORM: A GUIDE FOR DONORS Laurie Nathan September This paper constitutes work-in-progress and the author welcomes feedback (@). The paper was commissioned by the Security Sector Reform Strategy of the UK Government’s Global Conflict Prevention Pool, and This book explains how security is organized from the local to the national level in post-war Sierra Leone, and how external actors attempted to shape the field through security sector ://
Nathan, L., Local Ownership of Security Sector Reform: a guide for donors, Special Report, , London, UK; Crisis States Research Centre, 65 pp. Links Local Ownership of Security Sector Reform /local-ownership-of-security-sector-reform-a-guide-for-donors. Nevertheless, the actual reform of the security sector must be shaped and driven by local actors. To read the full publication, No Ownership, No Commitment: A Guide to Local Ownership of Security Sector Reform, please follow the link :// The purpose of this article is to look more deeply at why the principle of local ownership has so often been disregarded in justice reform and security sector reform (SSR). In doing so, it identifies various dilemmas that account for this lack of regard, including issues relating to local vs. international norms; donor vs. local interests and representational issues at the national and local Local Ownership in the Security Sector This report is about local ownership. It illustrates how civil society groups in diverse Security sector reform and development (SSR/D) is seen as a way to strengthen and transform the state-society relationship toward a focus on human security, as illustrated in the figure here. The OECD defines SSR/D
Security Sector Reform, Local Ownership and Community Engagement Eleanor Gordon* stability * University of Leicester, United Kingdom [email protected] Local ownership is widely considered to be one of the core principles of successful Security Sector Reform (SSR) programmes. Nonetheless, there remains a gap between policy and :// (). Security Sector Reform, Statebuilding and Local Ownership: Securing the State or its People? Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding: Vol. 8, No. , pp. Security Sector Reform and Local Ownership. It is generally agreed that security is necessary to sustainable peace, development and human rights (UN ; OECD and ).The importance to sustainable peace, development and human rights of effective and accountable security sector institutions is widely recognised (for example, UN ; OECD ). Security Sector Reform and Local Ownership, an interview with Erwin van Veen, who at the time of recording (October ) was a Policy Analyst on Peace and Security at OECD-INCAF. Currently, Mr van Veen is a Senior Research Fellow at Clingendael's Conflict Research Unit, /Videos/Security-Sector-Reform-and-Local-Ownership.