France

France

SSR & VE course

France, Netherlands mandate in Netherlands 04.02.2019. - 08.02.2019.

For 2018 it was foreseen to develop and execute the SSR&VE pilot in the Hague.

The prep phase was done, however due to time constraints within ISSAT the pilot foreseen for 2018 was replaced to 4-8 February 2019.

The costs for this pilot were budgeted at around 30.000 for 2018. During a meeting with Victoria Walker the Dutch MFA requested if we could use that amount in 2019 for the pilot, since it was replaced. Ms. Walker shared with us that this is possible if we write up this new mandate.

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Table top exercise for the IHEDN ESDC basic Course

France mandate in France, Guinea-Conakry 09.09.2018. - 31.10.2018.

The IHEDN requested DCAF-ISSAT to facilitate a table top exercise on the last day of the course. The exercise was based on the context of Guinea Conakry and designed to transfer knowledge gained from previous conferences into practical team work. It enabled participants to have a better ownership of the complexity of SSR in practice.

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Table top exercise for the IHEDN ESDC basic Course

France mandate in France, Guinea-Conakry 09.09.2018. - 31.10.2018.

The IHEDN requested DCAF-ISSAT to facilitate a table top exercise on the last day of the course. The exercise was based on the context of Guinea Conakry and designed to transfer knowledge gained from previous conferences into practical team work. It enabled participants to have a better ownership of the complexity of SSR in practice.

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Introduction to SSR Cameroon

France mandate in Cameroon 14.05.2018. - 18.05.2018.

The project consists of the establishment of two training courses, a non-profit course on the basis of the SSR Security Sector Reform (SSR) in Cameroon (Yolande), one for the benefit of EIFORCES and the other for the benefit of EIFORCES. of the ESIG, hereinafter referred to as "internships", funded and led by DCSD, and implemented by DCAF.

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SSR and Violent Extremism Training Course development project

The objective of the mandate is to develop and run a face-to-face training course on SSR and VE in French and in English, with the expectation that these would then be run on a yearly basis (one of each), potentially in field locations in order to maximise their accessibility for practitioners. 

The anticipated outcomes of the development and delivery of the SSR and VE trainings are:

  1. 1.         Enhanced implementation of VE-related activities within broader SSR contexts;
  2. 2.         Enhanced understanding, competence and effectiveness of staff engaged in wider VE-related and SSR-related programming;
  3. 3.         Personnel more effectively able to engage with local, national, regional and international actors and relevant good practice in supporting SSR and VE-related SSR activities;
  4. 4.         Contribution to a coherent and operationally focused continuous professional development approach for military, police and civilian personnel engaged in SSR and VE-related activity;

In practical terms, increasing the capacity and capability of relevant staff in these fields, will improve the quality and relevance of specialist SSR training, which in turn will lead to more effective technical programming, support and implementation of preventative programmes in region. 

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