Les vidéos sont un moyen dynamique utilisé par ISSAT pour communiquer avec ses partenaires. Les vidéos ci-dessous présentant des expériences du terrain sur la sécurité et la consolidation des nations sur le plan mondial.
Stephen Jackson, the Chief of Staff of the UN Office in Burundi, provides insight into following topics of interest in SSR programming:
- perverse incentives in DDR programming
- the principle of Do No Harm in peacedeals and ceasefires
- bridging the capacity gap
- the need to incentivise a national security strategy process
- the sustainability of SSR and the need for a long-term vision
See Part 2 of this interview.
Here are a few quotes from the interview
the best form of hygiene is sunlight [re budgetary transparency]
It takes a full generation to move an institution up one notch in institutional strength. It's not to take Afghanistan and turn it tomorrow into Switzerland but to take Afghanistan and maybe get it to be Nigeria - that takes a generation...
We over-estimate dependency a great deal - absence of institutional strength and financial strength are two related problems which aren't going to be addressed in the first 25 years...
Maybe the problem isn't handing [an SSR programme] over too late, it's having too short a vision.
In light of the internal conflict which erupted in South Sudan in December 2013, this video interview with UNMISS SRSG Hilde Johnson, which was conducted over a year earlier, still highlights some of the challenges facing stability in South Sudan. SRSG Johnson discusses some of the long and short-term challenges, and some of the mechanisms being used to carry out disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR).
An interview with General Tsadkan Gebretensae, who has overseen SSR programmes in his native Ethiopia and more recently has worked as an advisor in South Sudan.
Edmond Yakani, coordinator of the Empowerment for Progress in South Sudan, discusses the role of civil society in security sector reform. He shares experience from interacting with members of the security sector, executive and legislature. He discusses how to effectively manage these relationships and dynamics of reform. He also provides insight into how civil society in South Sudan handles gender in the security sector by capitalizing on quality rather than quantity.
Ferdinand von Habsburg-Lothringen, a former strategic advisor to the UNDP, shares his experiences implementing security sector reform in South Sudan. He discusses the process and challenges of implementing SSR strategies in a newly formed state and provides advice to those going out to the demanding and delicate role of advising.
Questions asked during the interview:
1. How can sustainability be ensured without creating dependency?
2. Have you ever been asked to do the work instead of providing support?
3. Have you ever come across cases of corruption and how do you deal with them?
4. What top tips would you give to a new advisor in charge of designing a capacity development plan?
Part 1 of this interview discusses identifying capacity and dealing with trauma.