United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA)

The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) was established by Security Council resolution 2100 of 25 April 2013 to support political processes in that country and carry out a number of security-related tasks.

The Mission was asked to support the transitional authorities of Mali in the stabilization of the country and implementation of the transitional roadmap, focusing on major population centres and lines of communication, protecting civilians, human rights monitoring, the creation of conditions for the provision of humanitarian assistance and the return of displaced persons, the extension of State authority and the preparation of free, inclusive and peaceful elections.

By unanimously adopting resolution 2164 of 25 June 2014, the Security Council amended the mandate of the Mission and decided that it should focus on duties, such as ensuring security, stabilization and protection of civilians; supporting national political dialogue and reconciliation; and assisting the reestablishment of State authority, the rebuilding of the security sector, and the promotion and protection of human rights in that country.

MUNISMA’s mandate was further amended by Security Council resolution 2227 of 29 June 2015 as follows:

(a) Ceasefire  
To support, monitor and supervise the implementation of the ceasefire arrangements and confidence-building measures by the Government of Mali, the Plateforme  and Coordination armed groups, to devise and support, as needed, local mechanisms with a view to consolidate these arrangements and measures, as well as to report to the Security Council on any violations of the ceasefire, consistent with the provisions of the Agreement, especially its Part III and Annex 2;
(b) Support to the implementation of the Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation in Mali  
(i) To support the implementation of the political and institutional reforms provided for by the Agreement, especially in its Part II;
(ii) To support the implementation of the defence and security measures of the Agreement, notably to support, monitor and supervise the ceasefire, to support the cantonment, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of armed groups, as well as the progressive redeployment of the Malian Defence and Security Forces especially in the North of Mali, taking into account the security conditions, and to coordinate international efforts, in close collaboration with other bilateral partners, donors and international organisations, including the European Union, engaged in these fields, to rebuild the Malian security sector, within the framework set out by the Agreement, especially its Part III and Annex 2;
(iii) To support the implementation of the reconciliation and justice measures of the Agreement, especially in its Part V, notably the establishment of an international commission of inquiry, in consultation with the parties;
(iv) To support, within its resources and areas of deployment, the conduct of inclusive, free, fair and transparent local elections, including through the provision of appropriate logistical and technical assistance and effective security arrangements, consistent with the provisions of the Agreement;
(c) Good offices and reconciliation
To exercise good offices, confidence-building and facilitation at the national and local levels, in order to support dialogue with and among all stakeholders towards reconciliation and social cohesion and to encourage and support the full implementation of the Agreement by the Government of Mali, the Plateforme  and Coordination  armed groups, including by promoting the participation of civil society, including women’s organizations, as well as youth organizations;
(d) Protection of civilians and stabilization  
(i) To protect, without prejudice to the primary responsibility of the Malian authorities, civilians under imminent threat of physical violence;
(ii) In support of the Malian authorities, to stabilize the key population centres and other areas where civilians are at risk, notably in the North of Mali, including through long-range patrols, and, in this context, to deter threats and take active steps to prevent the return of armed elements to those areas;
(iii) To provide specific protection for women and children affected by armed conflict, including through Child Protection Advisors and Women Protection Advisors, and address the needs of victims of sexual and gender-based violence in armed conflict;
(iv) To assist the Malian authorities with the removal and destruction of mines and other explosive devices and weapons and ammunition management;
(e) Promotion and protection of human rights  
(i) To assist the Malian authorities in their efforts to promote and protect human rights, including to support, as feasible and appropriate, the efforts of the Malian authorities, without prejudice to their responsibilities, to bring to justice those responsible for serious abuses or violations of human rights or violations of international humanitarian law, in particular war crimes and crimes against humanity in Mali, taking into account the referral by the transitional authorities of Mali of the situation in their country since January 2012 to the International Criminal Court;
(ii) To monitor, help investigate and report to the Security Council and publicly, as appropriate, on violations of international humanitarian law and on violations and abuses of human rights, including violations and abuses against children and sexual violence in armed conflict committed throughout Mali and to contribute to efforts to prevent such violations and abuses;
(f) Humanitarian assistance and projects for stabilization  
(i) In support of the Malian authorities, to contribute to the creation of a secure environment for the safe, civilian-led delivery of humanitarian assistance, in accordance with humanitarian principles, and the voluntary, safe and dignified return or local integration or resettlement of internally displaced persons and refugees in close coordination with humanitarian actors;
(ii) In support of the Malian authorities, to contribute to the creation of a secure environment for projects aimed at stabilizing the North of Mali, including quick impact projects;
(g) Protection, safety and security of United Nations personnel  
To protect the United Nations personnel, notably uniformed personnel, installations and equipment and ensure the safety, security and freedom of movement of United Nations and associated personnel;
(h) Support for cultural preservation  
To assist the Malian authorities, as necessary and feasible, in protecting from attack the cultural and historical sites in Mali, in collaboration with UNESCO.

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Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Officer, P3 (Temporary Job Opening

Location: Bamako, Mali
Application Deadline: 30/11/2019 12:00 pm

This position is located in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA). The incumbent can be deployed permanently or temporarily in Bamako, Mopti, Tombouctou, Gao, Kidal, Menaka or any other MINUSMA location. For day to day matters, the incumbent will report to the Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) reporting, public information and reinsertion Team Leader. For operational tasks, the incumbent will report to the Chief DDR and, for strategic guidance, to the Director Security Sector Reforms – Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration in Bamako.

The work tasks includes for example; 

Contributes to the substantive development and implementation of the DDR programme, including overall policy and legal framework, implementation strategy, operational modalities and action plans, taking into account national programme priorities and targets. 
• Provides technical inputs to the planning, design and implementation of projects, as well as technical advice and assistance to key parties (e.g. DDR unit management, DDR Commissions, government representatives, etc.); consults with relevant stakeholders through inclusive and participatory processes; and undertakes continuous monitoring of project activities.
• Organizes and undertakes research and analysis on various aspects of DDR work, including risk and threat assessments, target group profiles, political factors, security and other issues affecting operations; identifies problems and issues to be addressed and proposes corrective actions; identifies and tracks follow-up actions; produces progress and briefing reports. 

For more information about the vacancy Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Officer, please follow the link. 

Vacancy

Security Sector Reform Officer P3

Location: Bamako, Mali
Application Deadline: 15/10/2019 12:00 pm

This position is located in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) in Bamako. The incumbent reports to the Director of the Security Sector Reform-Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration Section. 

For full details about the vacancy Security Sector Reform Officer P3, please follow the link. 

Vacancy

Senior Security Sector Reform Officer

Location: Bamako, Mali
Application Deadline: 24/06/2019 12:00 pm

This position is located in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) in Bamako. Bamako is classified as a “D” hardship duty station and a non-family duty station. The incumbent reports to the Director of the Security Sector Reform-Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration Section.

For details of the vacancy, Senior Security Sector Reform Officer, kindly follow the link. 

Vacancy

Senior Security Sector Reform Officer

Location: Bamako, Mali
Application Deadline: 23/06/2018 11:59 pm

This position is located in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) in Bamako. Bamako is classified as a “D” hardship duty station and a non-family duty station. The incumbent reports to the Director of the Security Sector Reform-Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration Section.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Provides strategic and technical advice to both national stakeholders and Mission/UNCT leadership on security sector-wide issues, with special emphasis on Management of Borders and SALW Counter proliferation.• Provides advice and guidance on issues concerned with building political will and fostering national ownership. 
  • Assists in developing and maintaining relations with high level government officials, local leaders and other key players; and actively promotes coordination and communication between international and national partners. 
  • Leads programmes/projects, field missions, etc., including provision of guidance to government officials and other parties and drafting mission summaries; identifies problems and issues to be assessed and initiates corrective actions; liaises with relevant parties; ensures follow-up actions. 
  • Assists in mobilizing and coordinating international assistance to security sector initiatives. 

For further information about the position Senior Security Sector Reform Officer, please follow the link. 

Vacancy

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Découvrez le bulletin d'information de la Mission Multidimensionnelle intégrée des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation au Mali (MINUSMA). Cette édition de juillet 2015 propose un aperçu des dernières activités de la mission de l'ONU. Parmi celles-ci, on retrouve des visites de représentants de l'Union Européenne et du Ministre de la Défense allemand, le lancement d'un programme de dialogue inter-communautaire à Gounzoureye, ainsi que le soutien de la MINUSMA apporté aux forces de sécurité maliennes pour mieux s'armer face aux menaces terroristes.

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