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Changing intelligence dynamics in Africa
A common public perception about modern day intelligence services in Africa is that they are mere extensions of the too-often authoritarian leaders under whom they operate. In some cases, the intelligence services appear to tolerate this perception – some would suggest even fuel it – because of the ...
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Author : Africa, Sandy and Kwadjo, Johnny
Date : 2009
Source : Technical Report. GFN-SSR, Birmingham, UK.
Keywords : Intelligence, Security, Africa
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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Lighting up the intelligence community: a democratic approach to intelligence secrecy and openness
The most important and vexed issue relating to governance of the intelligence services in a democracy is arguably that of secrecy. It is the most important issue because the higher the level of secrecy, the harder it is to ascertain and assess the features and performance of the services. In the abs...
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Author : Nathan, Laurie
Date : 2009
Source : Discussion Paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Keywords : Intelligence, Democratisation, Secrecy, Accountability
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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Mapping of southern security and justice civil society organisations and networks
The purpose of this mapping study is to provide the UK Department for International Development (DFID) with a quantitative and qualitative snapshot of security and justice civil society organisations (CSOs) and networks working in and across the countries investigated. CSO engagement on issues of...
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Author : Bakrania, Shiv and Gasana, Jean-Marie and Rauch, Janine and Kamenju, Jan and Tadesse, Medhane and Hutchful, Eboe and Andoseh, Priscilla and Malebang, Gabriel and Chakravarthi, Rekha and Karthika, Annapoorna and Chawla, Gautam and Hernandez, Carolina and Pabelina, Karla Mae and D'Amato-Adib, Flavia and Kabbara, Khaled and Ghdayed, Ghaydaa
Date : 2010
Source : Technical Report. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Keywords : Civil Society, Security, Conflict, Mapping, Networks, Justice
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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No ownership, no commitment: a guide to local ownership of Security Sector reform
A major problem in security sector reform (SSR) has been a lack of local input to and ownership of the emerging reform agenda. Consequently, many donor governments and organisations have made commitments to the principle of local ownership. Yet this has become more a rhetorical device than a guide t...
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Author : Nathan, Laurie
Date : 2007
Source : Technical Report. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Keywords : Security Sector Reform, Local Ownership
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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SSR and post-conflict reconstruction: armed wing of state-building?
This paper directly challenges some of the popular SSR mythology that has grown around the UK’s involvement in Sierra Leone and the subsequent policy developments associated with SSR. It raises questions about the underlying political assumptions of the SSR process and contemporary SSR material, muc...
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Author : Jackson, Paul
Date : 2009
Source : Other. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Keywords : State Building, Security Sector Reform, Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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Security sector reform: post-conflict integration
This research paper was commissioned by GFN-SSR as part of a helpdesk support to inform HMG to report on its engagement in the context of Nepal. The query asked for illustrative examples and lessons of integration; in particular, examples of integration into armies, integration into non-military fo...
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Author : Knight, Mark
Date : 2009
Source : Technical Report. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
Keywords : Security Sector Reform, Conflict, Integration, Nepal
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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Security system transformation in Sierra Leone, 1997-2007
This publication details the security sector reform (SSR) process and activities in Sierra Leone over this period and is the culmination of a wide consultation of many of the primary actors engaged in the process from both Sierra Leone and the UK. Following a core narrative constructed around four k...
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Author : Albrecht, Peter and Jackson, Paul
Date : 2009
Source : GFN-SSR Publications . GFN-SSR, Birmingham, UK. ISBN 0 7400 2754 0/ 978 0 7400 2754 9
Keywords : Security Sector Reform, Conflict, Development, Sierra Leone
Collection : GFN-SSR Publications
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