Podcasts

Podcasts, as a widely accessible communication channel, helps us share our information and knowledge with other people, working on SSR, establishing an active network for meaningful collaboration.

Les grandes puissances à l'assaut de l'Afrique

Le Collimateur reçoit cette semaine Aline Leboeuf, chercheuse au centre des études de sécurité de l’IFRI, et revient sur les emprises concrètes et infrastructures déjà déployées par les Etats Unis, la Chine et la Russie sur le continent africain. Ce podcast revient aussi sur le cas de la France et de la manière dont elle s’insère dans ce paysage.

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Jusqu'où peut aller la Nouvelle IRA - Armée républicaine irlandaise?

Créée en 2012, elle a revendiqué huit attaques cette année en Irlande du Nord, dont une la semaine dernière contre des officiers. Pas de quoi encore parler "d'état de crise", mais le groupe armé semble décidé à profiter de la visibilité donnée par le Brexit, estime la chercheuse Agnès Maillot.

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Cyber attacks and wars fought with proxies

In this episode, CMI takes a good look at hybrid influencing that makes conflicts more complex and unpredictable. How can peacemakers respond to challenges posed by hybrid operations? 

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Peaceful Prisons

Brazil is a world leader in crime, particularly violent crime. Part of the dynamic is the prison system, which serves as an incubator for even more violence. David Van Patten, Chief Operating Officer of Prison Fellowship International, explains the PFI model and why the overwhelmed Brazilian government has entrusted Prison Fellowship Brazil with the rehabilitation of about 4,000 prisoners convicted of violent crimes. The PF-run prisons, which operate in 117 countries (including Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Uruguay), cost less and show lower recidivism rates.

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Women’s Participation In Peace Processes In Mali

The podcast presents findings from a study about the participation of women in peace and reconciliation processes currently underway in Mali. The findings are based primarily on focus group discussions with men and women carried out in Segou and Mopti in central Mali, and Tombouctou in northern Mali, in December 2018.

The objective of these discussions was to identify concrete factors that contribute to and/or hamper the possibilities for women's meaningful participation in peace and reconciliation processes in Mali. The findings highlight the need to consider both the specifics of the peace and reconciliation processes taking place in Mali and the more fundamental conditions related to gender inequality in the country. 

An important finding is that women play crucial roles in local conflict resolution and management, but they are almost absent in the mechanisms for the implementation of the peace agreement. It is therefore crucial that structures are established to make sure that the concerns and expertise of women at the local level is represented and informs discussions at the national level.

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