Core Security Actors
The main security actors, vested with a mandate to use force or to enforce the law, such as the military, police, paramilitary forces, intelligence and security services, border guards, customs, reserves and local security units, civil defence forces, national guards. Also referred to state or statutory security providers.
Regular and systematic initiatives aimed at making all the stakeholders involved in a plan or activity work together in an organised manner.
The basic and fundamental law of a state which describes how that state will be organised, the various political powers and authorities of government, and the basic values and principles of the society.
A technique that helps identify stakeholders and the larger context of a dispute. It also looks at conflict processes and options for conflict management or resolution.
Collective term describing the “pre-”, “during”, and “post-” stages of a conflict.