Central African Republic

Central African Republic

AU Silencing the Guns Lessons Workshop

AU mandate in Central African Republic, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan 12/12/2018 - 14/12/2018

The African Union Commission convened a three days stakeholder workshop in Banjul, the Gambia, from 12-14 December 2018, on “Enhancing the integration of Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance into Stabilization efforts: Lessons for Silencing the Guns by 2020. The main objectives of the event :

-  Establish a platform bringing together government officials, the AU Commission as well as various policy actors and practitioners on Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance

-  Develop a programme for effective integration of Rule of Law, SSR and Broader governance issues including transitional justice into PCRD efforts,

-  Share experiences and lessons for Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Rule of Law processes in other country contexts (post-conflict and countries in difficult transitions)

 

The workshop consisted of a high level opening ceremony, facilitated presentations and discussions in plenary sessions, and break-out working groups according to thematic areas. It drew participants from the government of The Gambia; AU Commission; select AU Liaison Offices/Missions (AMISOM, MISAHEL, CAR, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan); ECOWAS, the UN system, Training for Peace, Embassies supporting the Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance in The Gambia, Civil Society Organisations, Women Organisations, Academia, and Centres of Excellence.

 

DCAF has been invited by the AUC to participate in the workshop. Two experts attended the workshop in The Gambia.

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AU Silencing the Guns Lessons Workshop

AU mandate in Central African Republic, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan 12/12/2018 - 14/12/2018

The African Union Commission convened a three days stakeholder workshop in Banjul, the Gambia, from 12-14 December 2018, on “Enhancing the integration of Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance into Stabilization efforts: Lessons for Silencing the Guns by 2020. The main objectives of the event :

-  Establish a platform bringing together government officials, the AU Commission as well as various policy actors and practitioners on Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance

-  Develop a programme for effective integration of Rule of Law, SSR and Broader governance issues including transitional justice into PCRD efforts,

-  Share experiences and lessons for Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Rule of Law processes in other country contexts (post-conflict and countries in difficult transitions)

 

The workshop consisted of a high level opening ceremony, facilitated presentations and discussions in plenary sessions, and break-out working groups according to thematic areas. It drew participants from the government of The Gambia; AU Commission; select AU Liaison Offices/Missions (AMISOM, MISAHEL, CAR, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan); ECOWAS, the UN system, Training for Peace, Embassies supporting the Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance in The Gambia, Civil Society Organisations, Women Organisations, Academia, and Centres of Excellence.

 

DCAF has been invited by the AUC to participate in the workshop. Two experts attended the workshop in The Gambia.

Mandate

AU Silencing the Guns Lessons Workshop

AU mandate in Central African Republic, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan 12/12/2018 - 14/12/2018

The African Union Commission convened a three days stakeholder workshop in Banjul, the Gambia, from 12-14 December 2018, on “Enhancing the integration of Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance into Stabilization efforts: Lessons for Silencing the Guns by 2020. The main objectives of the event :

-  Establish a platform bringing together government officials, the AU Commission as well as various policy actors and practitioners on Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance

-  Develop a programme for effective integration of Rule of Law, SSR and Broader governance issues including transitional justice into PCRD efforts,

-  Share experiences and lessons for Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Rule of Law processes in other country contexts (post-conflict and countries in difficult transitions)

 

The workshop consisted of a high level opening ceremony, facilitated presentations and discussions in plenary sessions, and break-out working groups according to thematic areas. It drew participants from the government of The Gambia; AU Commission; select AU Liaison Offices/Missions (AMISOM, MISAHEL, CAR, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan); ECOWAS, the UN system, Training for Peace, Embassies supporting the Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance in The Gambia, Civil Society Organisations, Women Organisations, Academia, and Centres of Excellence.

 

DCAF has been invited by the AUC to participate in the workshop. Two experts attended the workshop in The Gambia.

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AU Silencing the Guns Lessons Workshop

AU mandate in Central African Republic, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan 12/12/2018 - 14/12/2018

The African Union Commission convened a three days stakeholder workshop in Banjul, the Gambia, from 12-14 December 2018, on “Enhancing the integration of Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance into Stabilization efforts: Lessons for Silencing the Guns by 2020. The main objectives of the event :

-  Establish a platform bringing together government officials, the AU Commission as well as various policy actors and practitioners on Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance

-  Develop a programme for effective integration of Rule of Law, SSR and Broader governance issues including transitional justice into PCRD efforts,

-  Share experiences and lessons for Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Rule of Law processes in other country contexts (post-conflict and countries in difficult transitions)

 

The workshop consisted of a high level opening ceremony, facilitated presentations and discussions in plenary sessions, and break-out working groups according to thematic areas. It drew participants from the government of The Gambia; AU Commission; select AU Liaison Offices/Missions (AMISOM, MISAHEL, CAR, Guinea Bissau, South Sudan); ECOWAS, the UN system, Training for Peace, Embassies supporting the Rule of Law, Security Sector Reform, Transitional Justice and Governance in The Gambia, Civil Society Organisations, Women Organisations, Academia, and Centres of Excellence.

 

DCAF has been invited by the AUC to participate in the workshop. Two experts attended the workshop in The Gambia.

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Programme Global du PNUD - Evaluation à mi-parcours du projet conjoint d’appui à la Cour Pénale Spéciale (CPS) en République Centrafricaine

mandate in Central African Republic 01/07/2018 - 28/09/2018

Dans le cadre du soutien de DCAF-ISSAT au Programme Global sur l’Etat de droit, le PNUD a demandé à DCAF-ISSAT de mener une évaluation à mi-parcours du projet conjoint PNUD-MINUSCA en soutien à la Cour Pénale Spéciale en République Centrafricaine. Cette évaluation a pour objectifs:

-          D’identifier les résultats apportés par le projet tout en analysant les raisons de leur succès ou de leur échec;

-          D’analyser la valeur ajoutée du Programme Global et de sa contribution au succès de ce dernier ; et

-          De fournir des recommandations pour la seconde phase du projet.

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