Nadine Ansorg / Eleanor Gordon

Co-operation, Contestation and Complexity in Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding | 2019


  • Journal

    Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding

    Volume

    13

    Number

    1

    Pages

    2-24

    URN

    http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-61801-3

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    Reforma al Sector Seguridad Después de la Guerra: lo que se Sabe y lo que se Desconoce de los Casos Alrededor del Mundo

    Reforms of security sector institutions (SSR) are often crucial elements of international support for peacebuilding and democratisation. Although there is no general definition of SSR, it includes demobilisation processes of ex-combatants, mandate and personnel reforms in the police, armed forces and judicial sector. A comprehensive vision of security governance reforms is important as long as these reforms go beyond ending a civil war and are directed towards reducing various manifestations of violence and towards citizen security.

    Prof. Dr. Sabine Kurtenbach

    Lead Research Fellow / General Editor GIGA Focus Editor GIGA Focus Global

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    Three Ways to Improve Multilateral Peacekeeping in Africa (and Beyond)

    Dr. Felix Haaß

    Formerly Research Fellow

    Research Project | 01/05/2016 - 31/01/2020

    Security Sector Reform and the Stability of Post-War Peace

    Security Sector Reform (SSR) is commonly defined as changes in the structure and conduct of those state institutions responsible for the prosecution and punishment of non-legal manifestations of violence: the military, police, and judiciary. Scholars and practitioners alike thereby see the process of SSR as one of the most vital elements for creating a stable post-war peace. The project investigates the conditions for this process.
    DFG, 2016-2020

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