ISSAT offers its Governing Board Members targeted, project-specific security and justice support at both headquarters and field level. Support is provided primarily through short-term, in-country deployment of core staff and expert roster members. ISSAT deliberately does not cover long-term human resource gaps, as these need to be properly recruited and staffed by the Governing Board Member.
ISSAT supports the conduct of training as a core instrument to develop capacity and awareness on security and justice reform for personnel in the field and at headquarters.
Through its Knowledge Services, ISSAT fosters a learning environment for security and justice practitioners to exchange information, share good practice and facilitate communication.
ISSAT’s A&O activities aim to bring about a whole-of-government and whole-of-system approach by its Governing Board Members, facilitate greater coordination, broaden knowledge on security and justice reform lessons, trends and challenges, and encourage the use of good practice across the wider international community.