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SSR seminar for Exercise Reliable Sword

Netherlands mandate in Germany, Netherlands 10/04/2014 - 10/04/2014

A 1 day seminar for participants of the civ mil exercise Reliable Sword; on basics of SSR.

Target group consists of Captains, Majors, of German and NL brigades, staff of NGOs and MFA of the Netherlands

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Briefing to the German Advanced Command and Staff College visit

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The German Führungsakademie in Hamburg will be sending a group of high-ranking officers to be deployed in international missions worldwide to Geneva. DCAF was asked to give an introduction to its mission at the GCSP premises on March 27 along the following lines:

09:00-11:00       DCAF – A Centre for Security, Develpoment and the Rule of Law

DCAFs Policy and World Wide Engagement

-      International Security Sector Advisory Team

-      Security Sector Development Assistance in North Africa

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Support to Ex Common Effort, 1GNC

Germany, Netherlands mandate in Germany 18/05/2015 - 21/05/2015

A morning seminar (0830-1130) providing top level principles and frameworks for security and justice sector reform programming. It will focus specifically on defence reform, defence institution capacity building and the military contribution to security and justice sector reform.

Target group: Colonels and above at 1 German-Netherlands Corps (1GNC), as well as civil servant equivalents, and staff of NGOs and civil-society organisations.

The seminar aims to:

  • Provide an awareness of the concept of SSR,
  • Provide an overview of the policy frameworks of various international organisations
  • Show linkages with peace enforcement, peace-support operations, peace-keeping operations and stabilisation operations.
  • Discuss roles of the military within the concept of SSR concept, including at the planning process, and in train and equip endeavours or security force assistance (SFA)

Additional support is provided to the Netherlands input on Thursday 21 May regarding incorporating non-state actors in SSR programming.

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SSR and Military Operational Thinking

Germany mandate in Germany 02/11/2015 - 04/11/2015

From 2 -6 November, the German Armed Forces Command and Staff College (Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr) are conducting a seminar on “Operational Thinking” for senior staff officers. One of the issues to be addressed is Security Sector Reform - discussions and syndicate work will investigate the actual challenges of SSR and the role of the military in it. The syndicate output will then later be integrated in a comprehensive approach to resolve the scenario crisis.

For the syndicate work on Tuesday (03 Nov), the Führungsakademie would like support from ISSAT in order to ensure the required depth of discussions and output. 

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SSR support to German Armed Forces Staff College planning exercise

Germany mandate in Germany 07/03/2016 - 11/03/2016
  1. 17-18 February 2016: Receive the annual visit from the FuAkBw to DCAF. Up to 15 OF3 (majors) will take part in the visit to International Geneva.
  2. 8-11 March 2016: Following on from initial support on SSR design and planning to the German Armed Forces Staff College (FuAkBw) in November 2015, FuAkBw wishes to expand its understanding of SSR design and planning considerations in its March 2016 planning exercise. The planning exercise runs over the course of three weeks, involving Headquarters staff officers ranking from captain to brigadier. The exercise will apply the Comprehensive Operational Planning Directive (COPD) to a NATO planning scenario. After assessing the NATO Commander's orders and reviewing Military Response Options (MROs), the exercise will design and elaborate a plan (project). part of the plan will integrates elements for preventing or de-escalating conflict, providing early warning and early action by building resilience, in part through the military role in SSR.
  3. 31 October - 1 November: Lead the Theory of Change sub-group for SSR as part of the OF5 Operational Thinking course, which gathers Germany's top 20 full colonels together to advance their military education.
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