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This video from the Africa Center for Strategic Studies discusses the challenges associated with media reporting in conflict environments.
To watch Role of the Media in National Security & SSR: Lessons from Liberian Conflict, please follow the link.
In the context of the Stockholm Security Conference 2017, this session on cities' responses to insecurity. It looks at the nexus between organized crime, violent extremism and its prevention, as well as state and police response. A keynote is delivered by Dan Eliasson, National Commissioner of the Swedish Police.
For full access to Stockholm Security Conference 2017: Secure Cities in an Insecure World, kindly follow the link.
Security Capacity Building (SCB) is the main vehicle of support to African Peace Support Operations Troop Contributing Countries (PSO TCC) whether through aid or the market place. Introducing the Governance element into the assistance to African PSO TCC can yield benefits. This implies:
- including issues related to accountability (behavioural and performance related),
- legitimacy and
- linkage into wider institution-building processes of the organisations of the partner countries in charge of training and deployment of troops, police and civilians to PSOs.
In this video, Thammy Evans, Deputy Head of ISSAT, reflects on the Security Capacity Building and the Training of PSO personnel in SSR where she discusses training for peace support operations, the role of peacekeeping training centres, institution- and capacity building. The video was presented at the 3rd Annual Peacekeeping Africa Conference that took place in Johannesburg, South Africa on 29 - 30 August 2017.
For full access to the video, ISSAT Presentation at the 3rd Annual Peacekeeping Conference, kindly follow the link.
Si la montée en puissance de Daech depuis 2011 semblait corrélée d'un affaiblissement général d'Al-Qaïda, la branche yéménite du groupe terroriste, AQPA (Al-Qaïda dans la Péninsule Arabique) a su s'installer durablement dans le pays. Actuellement au Yémen, les djihadistes de Daech se comptent par centaines, ceux d'AQPA par milliers. David RIGOULET-ROZE, chercheur à l'IFAS (Institut Français d'Analyse Stratégique) et rédacteur en chef de la revue "Orients stratégiques" revient sur le développement d'Al-Qaïda au Yémen et décrypte les enjeux de contre-terrorisme dans la région.
Pour accéder à la vidéo, Le conflit au Yémen comme matrice du terrorisme islamique, veuillez suivre le lien.
Despite many efforts to restore peace, conflicts in Burundi, CAR, Libya and Mali continue. To learn more about the Institute for Security Studies' research on the impact of the African Union (AU) on African peacebuilding, kindly follow the link.