ISSAT Mid-year Report 2013

In February 2013, ISSAT celebrated five years of its establishment as a standing capacity in support of its Members’ security and justice reform programmes. Since its inception in 2008, ISSAT has completed 224 mandates as well as a growing number of advocacy and outreach activities. This has allowed ISSAT to refine its knowledge in terms of thematic areas, processes and contexts. In addition, ISSAT has developed firm partnerships, notably with the Africa Security Sector Network (ASSN), the Association for Security Sector Reform Education and Training (ASSET), Governance and Social Development Research Centre (GSDRC), le Groupe de Recherche et d’Information sur la Paix and la Sécurité (GRIP), and now has a fully established roster of additional experts, all of which extend the capacity of ISSAT to provide added value to its Members...