The latest UN Security Sector Reform newsletter covers the period January to August 2017 and highlights:
- High-Level Conference on the Role of SSR in Sustaining Peace: Challenges and Opportunities
- High-level dialogue on global experiences in SSR: Implications for the UN SSR agenda
- Expert-level Discussion on SSR in Mali
- Annual Inter-Agency SSR Task force WORKSHOP
- Supporting the Reform of the Somali Security Sector
- Reminiscence from the field: Guinea
A crucial topic on the national agenda, the reform of the security sector in Georgia is likely to influence the October political ballots for the 2016 election.
For full access to Georgian parliamentary election: the Security Sector Reform, kindly follow the link.
The SDG16 Data Initiative (SDG16DI) is a project that supports the open tracking of progress towards the twelve SDG16 targets through a consortium of the Global Forum for Media Development, Governance Data Alliance, Institute for Economics and Peace, International IDEA, Namati, Open Society Foundations, Peace Research Institute Oslo, Results for Development, Saferworld, Small Arms Survey, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, TAP Network, Transparency International, and the World Justice Project. The Global Report is intended to provide governments, UN officials, and civil society stakeholders with a resource that will help them track progress on SDG16 targets, and provide an evidence base to help policymakers identify gaps and shortcomings in both implementing and monitoring SDG16.
For full access to The SDG16 Data Initiative 2017 Global Report, kindly follow the link.
DCAF-ISSAT's mid-year infographic showcases the year so far, including new areas we supported, increase in our justice mandates, our recent focus on certain themes and countries and a brief financial overview.
DCAF Annual Report 2016, Promoting Good Governance of the Security Sector captures DCAF’s contribution to wider peace, security and development goals and focuses on DCAF’s :
- Direct support to improve security and justice provision in over 70 countries worldwide, including in many fragile and post-conflict contexts;
- Assistance to bilateral donors and multilateral organizations in their delivery of effective and coherent support to nationally-led security sector reform processes;
The DCAF Annual Report provides an overview of the organization’s achievements over the last year, and also outlines he direction that DCAF wishes to pursue in the future.
For full access to the DCAF Annual Report 2016, Promoting Good Governance of the Security Sector, kindly follow the link.