EU

EU

Support for SSR Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines

EU mandate in EU 01/12/2017 - 30/01/2018

Following the adoption in July 2016 of a joint commitment on EU support to security sector reform and the Council’s endorsement in November 2016, DCAF-ISSAT has been requested by the European Commission and the EEAS to share its expertise on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for SSR and support the process of drafting a guidance note for both Commission and EEAS projects, programmes and missions.
This assignment of ten non-consecutive days will identify similarities and differences in the way M&E is conducted in the EU external action on SSR, under Commission-managed external financial instruments and under CSDP respectively.
The assignment will result in a comparative document providing recommendations to bring CSDP and COM M&E frameworks closer. A presentation to EU member state representatives will also be conducted.

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Advanced Level 2 Training on Security Sector Reform (L2 SSR)

EU, Netherlands mandate in EU, Netherlands 27/11/2017 - 01/12/2017

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, together with the EU will organise a five-day advanced training course on “Security Sector Reform (SSR)”, at the CCOE in the Hague, Netherlands from 27 Nov – 01 Dec 2017. The course will be carried out in partnership with DCAF/ISSAT.

 

The course is primarily aimed at relevant policy makers, practitioners, military, policing as well as civilian participants working closely on issues related to Security and Justice Sector Reform (SJSR) or who are to be deployed in support of a bilateral, regional or multilateral missions supporting SJSR activity.

 

The training will aim to enhance the knowledge, skills, understanding and strategic thinking of participants on SSR principles through the sharing of views and experiences in SSR trends and practice, which will contribute to enhancing the effectiveness of their work. Exposed to practical tools and techniques applicable to use in mission, the participants will in particular, be supported in developing skills for effective advising.

Mandate

Advanced Level 2 Training on Security Sector Reform (L2 SSR)

EU, Netherlands mandate in EU, Netherlands 27/11/2017 - 01/12/2017

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, together with the EU will organise a five-day advanced training course on “Security Sector Reform (SSR)”, at the CCOE in the Hague, Netherlands from 27 Nov – 01 Dec 2017. The course will be carried out in partnership with DCAF/ISSAT.

 

The course is primarily aimed at relevant policy makers, practitioners, military, policing as well as civilian participants working closely on issues related to Security and Justice Sector Reform (SJSR) or who are to be deployed in support of a bilateral, regional or multilateral missions supporting SJSR activity.

 

The training will aim to enhance the knowledge, skills, understanding and strategic thinking of participants on SSR principles through the sharing of views and experiences in SSR trends and practice, which will contribute to enhancing the effectiveness of their work. Exposed to practical tools and techniques applicable to use in mission, the participants will in particular, be supported in developing skills for effective advising.

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French/EU Advanced Level 2 Training on SSR in Lebanon

EU, France mandate in France, Lebanon, NORTHERN AFRICA 15/05/2017 - 19/05/2017

The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development and the European Union with the support of DCAF/ ISSAT, will conduct an Advanced Level 2 training on SSR in French from 15 to 19 May 2017 in Beirut. The training is aimed at those working directly on SSR support programmes or those supporting SSR through bilateral, regional or multilateral missions in countries where SSR is an important political issue.

Besides the French representatives of the central administration ( MFA, security agencies ) and diverse attachés from Embassies of  Mena area and EU representatives working in the field of security and development, the training will also bring together participants of Lebanese security institutions and others, invited by France, coming from beneficiary countries.

 

Specific objectives for the training include:

•             Refresh participants’ knowledge on the  concepts and characteristics of SSR;

•             Place SSR within the international and national contexts, and explain how the context impacts on the approach to be taken;

•             Build a practical understanding around the key characteristics (1-2-3) of SSR based on debate and discussions,  exercises and case studies;

•             Draw on SSR knowledge to identify key lessons from practical SSR experiences

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French/EU Advanced Level 2 Training on SSR in Lebanon

EU, France mandate in France, Lebanon, NORTHERN AFRICA 15/05/2017 - 19/05/2017

The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development and the European Union with the support of DCAF/ ISSAT, will conduct an Advanced Level 2 training on SSR in French from 15 to 19 May 2017 in Beirut. The training is aimed at those working directly on SSR support programmes or those supporting SSR through bilateral, regional or multilateral missions in countries where SSR is an important political issue.

Besides the French representatives of the central administration ( MFA, security agencies ) and diverse attachés from Embassies of  Mena area and EU representatives working in the field of security and development, the training will also bring together participants of Lebanese security institutions and others, invited by France, coming from beneficiary countries.

 

Specific objectives for the training include:

•             Refresh participants’ knowledge on the  concepts and characteristics of SSR;

•             Place SSR within the international and national contexts, and explain how the context impacts on the approach to be taken;

•             Build a practical understanding around the key characteristics (1-2-3) of SSR based on debate and discussions,  exercises and case studies;

•             Draw on SSR knowledge to identify key lessons from practical SSR experiences

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