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L’évaluation a été conduite par l’Equipe internationale de conseil au secteur de la sécurité (ISSAT) du DCAF. La collecte des données auprès des acteurs du Secteur de la Justice en République Démocratique du Congo (Sud-Kivu, Nord Kivu et Kasai Central) a été réalisée par Justin Sheria Nfundiko (Expert en évaluation- membre du Roster de ISSAT). Une collecte de données additionnelle, à distance, auprès des partenaires Techniques et Financier, des responsables d’ONG internationales et des acteurs du Système des Nations Unies a été réalisée par Jean-Philippe Kot (Conseiller Justice ISSAT/DCAF) et Julien Moriceau (Expert Justice et Gouvernance, Managing Partner de C-Lever.org, membre du Roster de ISSAT).

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Preparing for the Coming Storm: The Security Sector and the Environment

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What works in Career Path Development for Freelancers in Civilian CSDP missions - A review of EU MS good practices

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The analysis of the information collected is summarized in this report. Its aim is to highlight what works among the EUMS and show some of the good practices that may inspire others to improve the number and quality of freelancers deployed to civilian CSDP missions.

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Avoiding Civilian Harm from Military Cyber Operations During Armed Conflicts

As part of its mandate  to  work for the  understanding  and  dissemination  of knowledge  of IHL  and, if necessary,  prepare any development  thereof,  the  ICRC monitors the  development of new technologies  that  are,or could be,used as means and methods of warfare during armed conflicts. This approach is based on legal, military, technical, ethical and humanitarian considerations, which are closely related. 

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