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Since 2018, DCAF has been supporting the SSR process in The Gambia through two projects, funded respectively by the EU (through the IcSP instrument) and France (focusing on police reform), with an overarching goal to support a fully inclusive, coordinated SSR process, with genuine civilian oversight.
DCAF’s recent population-based survey has shown that 80% of the population has no knowledge of the SSR process. To respond to this lack of knowledge, DCAF has engaged with media and civil society in the country to promote wide awareness-raising on SSR and the process. This documentary is part of that process. It aims to tell The Gambia’s story for SSR, to inform the viewer what SSR means for the Gambia and to promote the notion that all Gambians have a role to play in the reform of the security sector.
Akili sigui presents a range of views on the challenges in central Mali ranging from the perspectives of local authorities, policy officials, civil society and the general population. The film sets out to explore the future that Malian’s envisage and how that future can be realized.
This film has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of this film are the sole responsibility of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.
SIPRI has produced a series of interview films spotlighting people’s perceptions of security in Mali. A range of voices from the country’s different regions are represented—all of which belong to members of the Monitoring Groups for Peace and Security (MGPS) within the SIPRI–CONASCIPAL peacebuilding and civil-society strengthening programme in Mali.
This video produced by UNMIL highlights key events that occurred during the period 2003 - 2013; ten consecutive years of peace and stability in Liberia.
This lecture on the Rights Based Approach (RBA) was held after a two year training programme had just concluded, after trainings in EU-delegations across the world. The panel shared reflections from DEVCO and the Rights Based Approach experts who had carried out the trainings and considered lessons learned and the many opportunities uncovered to entrench the Rights Based Approach encompassing all Human Rights in EU development cooperation.
To watch the full video of Making the Rights Based Approach a Reality, please follow the link.