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Réunion de Travail: Mission de Protection en vue de la Réinstallation de Réfugiés en Europe

Cette vidéo présente la réunion de travail des chefs de gouvernement Français, Allemand, Espagnol, Italien, Tchadien, Nigérien, et Libyen, en présence de Mme Federica Mogherini, Haute Représentante de l'Union Européenne pour les Affaires Etrangères et la Politique de Sécurité sur la Mission de Protection en vue de la Réinstallation de Réfugiés en Europe, 29 août 2017.

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Entretien avec le Directeur de la Division des Droits de l’Homme et de la Protection de la MINUSMA

Durant le mois de juin, une équipe d’enquêteurs de la Division des droits de l’homme et de la protection (DDHP) de la MINUSMA, s’est rendue dans la région de Kidal et dans une partie de celle de Gao et Ménaka, afin de vérifier des allégations relatives à de graves abus des droits de l’homme. 
La vidéo présente un entretien avec le Directeur de la DDHP et Représentant du Haut-Commissaire aux droits de l’homme de l’ONU, M. Guillaume Ngefa.


eSeminar - Organized Crime, Corruption & Peacebuilding

The impact of organized crime and corruption on peacebuilding processes is a subject of increasing international concern. As organized crime has become globalized, it has come to effect a wide range of activities, including the maintenance of peace and security. In some negotiated transitions, the influence of organized crime on stability, governance, and development is a reality that the international community must contend with during conflict resolution and peacebuilding efforts.
As much remains to be understood about the relationship between organized crime, corruption and peacebuilding, it is important to explore how international organizations and key stakeholders can intervene to help eliminate, or reduce the impact of, criminal agendas. This is at the centre of the seventh installment of the Centre for Security Governance’s eSeminar series on “Contemporary Debates on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding”, presented in collaboration with the Balsillie School of International Affairs and Wilfrid Laurier University’s Department of Global Studies. The distinguished panelists each gave brief introductory remarks, followed by an open Q&A period where participants were able to engage the panel directly.

- Geoff Burt is the Executive Director of the Centre for Security Governance (CSG). 
- Dr Sasha Jesperson, Director of the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery at St Mary’s University Twickenham. 
- John de Boer, Managing Director of SecDev Group.

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Establishing an Office of Missing Persons in Sri Lanka: Interview with Bhavani Fonseka

Bhavani Fonseka is a Senior Researcher at Centre for Policy Alternatives. In this News Line TV 1 interview of 28th July 2017, she explains the process of establishing an Office of Missing Persons (OMP) in Sri Lanka. The interview also touches upon the obligations of, and communication between, the Government and civil society regarding the passage and implementation of laws and the Request for Access to Information Act.

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Overcoming Violence : Exploring Masculinities, Violence, and Peacebuilding

In a response to women's voices in the field, the Women Peacemakers Program initiated a pilot Training of Trainers (ToT) cycle for 19 male peace activists from 17 different countries in 2009 / 2010, entitled "Overcoming Violence: Exploring Masculinities, Violence, and Peacebuilding".
Upon returning home from that first training block, each of the male participants was linked to a female support person ("ally") from his own region and/or country who supported him in the development and implementation of his follow-up plan.
The ToT focused on the theory and practice of active nonviolence; facilitation and group dynamics; participatory teaching methods; conceptualizing gender and diversity; leadership; women's rights; important international instruments such as United Nations Security Council Resolutions (UNSCR) 1325, 1820, 1888 and 1889; an introduction to and analysis of masculinities; and lobbying and advocacy.

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