From understanding to promoting change: making better security and justice programming happen

Are security and justice (S&J) programs in fragile and conflict-affected countries (FCAS) fit for purpose? This page and podcast from The Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law reflects on three identified hurdles preventing better programming in the S&J area: the strong domestic focus on donor accountability, which prevents a more diverse and flexible interpretation of results from arising; the inadequacy of staff skill sets amongst many international development organizations; and the inertia resulting from the procedures, habits and paradigms of large donor bureaucracies which prevents innovation and programmatic experimentation from emerging.

Interviewed by Erwin van Veen, author of a recent blog (Running out of excuses: Better security and justice programs are within reach), three practitioners give their views on these issues. 

To access the page and the podcast From understanding to promoting change: making better security and justice programming happen, kindly follow the link.

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