The Concept of Human Security
The UN approach to human security
The UN approach emphasises both
MSP Manual Glossary
UNITAR Toolbox - A How-to
| Why is Contextualising important |
The structural causes and root causes that
| Strategies to Contextualise |
Training Materials and Approaches
Bring together a core multi-stakeholder
Identify the right terminology, relevant stakeholders and key challenges and
Co-facilitation between civil society and security sector representatives where possible from the context; or consider "insider/outsider" co-facilitation
Select case studies from the context/region
Example: Background Note
In this brief foreword addressed to
| 2013 - 2014 |
Executive Summary: Global Civil Society Reference Group on Security Sector and Civil Society Engagement for Human Security, ECOGIA Center, Versoix, 8-9 October 2013.
Peacebuilding Approaches to Training
and Dialogue with Security Forces
North American Working Group Meeting,
Washington D.C., January 6-7 2014.
Full Report, hosted by GPPAC and PAX,
The Hague, 11-12 February 2014.
Executive Summary, hosted by GPPAC
| 2015 - 2016 |
Global Conference report - "Preparing a New Generation of Civil-Military-Police Coordination for Human Security",
CCOE, The Hague, 9-11 December 2015.
Experts Review and Validation Workshop on the Handbook on Human Security, Nairobi, December 7 2016.
| 2017 |
GPPAC ECA Regional Workshop - Multi-Stakeholder Coordination for Human Security, 5-6 September 2017,
Improving Our Training Capacities and Partnerships for Human Security,
hosted by GPPAC, The Hague.