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Austria

Core Course on Security Sector Reform as part of the ESDC Core Courses on SSR

Austria mandate in Austria 30.03.2020. - 04.04.2020.

Following ten successful years of collaboration, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence has requested DCAF-ISSAT’s support to run the first part of the two ESDC SSR training courses from March 30 – April 5 and October 10-15, 2020. These tailored level 1 SSR trainings is the first part of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) Core Courses taking place in April and October 2020. It will be conducted by the Austrian Ministry of Defence and the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), in collaboration with DCAF-ISSAT. DCAF-ISSAT’s trainers will be involved in course preparations at the venue from Monday 30 March to Saturday 4 April and again from Monday October 5 to Saturday October 10.

This international training course will bring together approximately 25 to 30 participants from different ministries and governmental institutions, personnel serving in different international and regional organisations and international crisis response missions/operations as well as personnel from NGOs and Think Tanks.

 

The first part of the training will include components of the DCAF-ISSAT’s level 1 introductory training. Topics to be addressed by DCAF-ISSAT will include concept, policy framework and contexts of SSR, governance, SSR in post-conflict contexts, the role of civil society and non-state security actors in SSR, the coordination for SSR as well as cross-cutting issues such as the human rights and gender equality standards.  Special attention will be paid to the introduction of practical examples through case studies. Interactive co-learning methodologies and simulation exercises that encourage participants to share their own experiences will be used throughout the course.

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Core Training on Security Sector Reform (Tailored Level 1 SSR) as part of the ESDC Core Course on SSR September 30th – October 5th 2019 – Stadtschlaining, Austria

Austria mandate in Austria 30.09.2019. - 05.10.2019.

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence has requested DCAF-ISSAT’s support to run the first part of an ESDC SSR training course from September 30th to October 5th 2019. This tailored level 1 SSR training is the first part of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) Core Course taking place in April and Oct 2019. It will be conducted by the Austrian Ministry of Defence and the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), in collaboration with DCAF-ISSAT. DCAF-ISSAT’s trainers will be involved in course preparations at the venue from Monday 30th  September to Friday 5th October. The entire ESDC Core course will run from October 1st to 10th 2019.

 

This international training course will bring together approximately 25 to 30 participants from different ministries and governmental institutions, personnel serving in different international and regional organisations and international crisis response missions/operations as well as personnel from NGOs and Think Tanks.

 

The first part of the training will include components of the DCAF-ISSAT’s level 1 introductory training. Topics to be addressed by DCAF-ISSAT will include concept, policy framework and contexts of SSR, governance, SSR in post-conflict contexts, the role of civil society and non-state security actors in SSR, the coordination for SSR as well as cross-cutting issues such as the human rights and gender equality standards.  Special attention will be paid to the introduction of practical examples through case studies. Interactive co-learning methodologies and simulation exercises that encourage participants to share their own experiences will be used throughout the course.

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Austrian ESDC Core Course on Security Sector Reform

Austria mandate in Austria 01.04.2019. - 06.04.2019.

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence has requested DCAF-ISSAT’s support to run the first part of an ESDC SSR training course from April 01-06 2019. This tailored level 1 SSR training is the first part of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) Core Course taking place in April and Oct 2019. It will be conducted by the Austrian Ministry of Defence and the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), in collaboration with DCAF-ISSAT. DCAF-ISSAT’s trainers will be involved in course preparations at the venue from Monday 01 April, with the starting formally on April 03. The entire ESDC Core course will run from April 03-10 2019.

This international training course will bring together approximately 25 to 30 participants from different ministries and governmental institutions, personnel serving in different international and regional organisations and international crisis response missions/operations as well as personnel from NGOs and Think Tanks.

The first part of the training will include components of the DCAF-ISSAT’s level 1 introductory training. Topics to be addressed by DCAF-ISSAT will include concept, policy framework and contexts of SSR, governance, SSR in post-conflict contexts, the role of civil society and non-state security actors in SSR, the coordination for SSR as well as cross-cutting issues such as the human rights and gender equality standards.  Special attention will be paid to the introduction of practical examples through case studies. Interactive co-learning methodologies and simulation exercises that encourage participants to share their own experiences will be used throughout the course.

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Core Training on Security Sector Reform (Tailored Level 1 SSR) as part of the ESDC Core Course on SSR October 04-06 2018 – Stadtschlaining, Austria

mandate in Austria 22.07.2018. - 30.11.2018.

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence requested DCAF-ISSAT’s support to run the first part of an ESDC SSR training course from October 04-06 2018. This tailored level 1 SSR training is part of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) Core Course. It was conducted by the Austrian Ministry of Defence and the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), in collaboration with DCAF-ISSAT. However, DCAF-ISSAT’s trainers were present at the training venue from Monday 01 October to ensure an adequate preparation prior to the course that will start on October 03. The entire ESDC Core course was run from October 03-10 2018.

This international training course brought together approximately 25 to 30 participants from different ministries and governmental institutions, personnel serving in different international and regional organisations and international crisis response missions/operations as well as personnel from NGOs and Think Tanks.

The first part of the training included components of the DCAF-ISSAT’s level 1 introductory training. Topics to be addressed by DCAF-ISSAT included concept, policy framework and contexts of SSR, governance, SSR in post-conflict contexts, the role of civil society and non-state security actors in SSR, the coordination for SSR as well as cross-cutting issues such as the human rights and gender equality standards.  Special attention was paid to the introduction of practical examples through case studies. Interactive co-learning methodologies and simulation exercises that encourage participants to share their own experiences were used throughout the course.

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Austrian ESDC Core Course on Security Sector Reform

Austria mandate in Austria 09.04.2018. - 14.04.2018.

SSR Level 1 Training as part of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) Core Course.

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence and Sports has requested ISSAT’s support to run the first part of an ESDC SSR training course, running from 11 – 19th  April 2018. The course was conducted by the Austrian Ministry of Defence and the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), in collaboration with ISSAT.

This international training programme brought together approximately 30 participants from different ministries and governmental institutions, personnel serving in different international and regional organisations and international crisis response missions/operations as well as personnel from NGOs and Think Tanks. 
The first part of the training included components of the ISSAT’s Level 1 introductory training and was delivered from 11- 14th  April. 

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