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On this page you can find resources produced by this project, articles on related topics, and presentations from consultation meetings. For now, topics are divided into "Publications on Related Topics" and "Case Studies" which are highlights from the resources available, please scroll down to browse through the document library which contains all of the available resources.
Security Sector Reform
CIE and Clingandael: Promoting Conflict Prevention through SSR
ASSN: SSR in Peace Agreements
International Alert: DDR: Supporting Security and Development:The EU's Added Value"
Partners for Democratic Change: Security Governance Accountability Performance (S-GAP) - A Framework and Guide for Improving Security
Alliance for Peacebuilding:"Civil Society-Military Roadmap on Human Security"
Alliance for Peacebuilding "Military Assistance to Peacebuilding"
Public Oversight of the Security Sector
International Alert: Civil Society Oversight of the Security Sector and Gender"
International Alert: The New Deal's Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals and Organized Crime"
Practical Comparisons and Guidelines
International Alert: 10 Basic Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement Officials
Presented at the 11-12 February 2014 Roundtable consultation in The Hague
Presented at the 6-7 January 2014 Roundtable consultation in Washington DC
Toward a Security Policy for Democracy by InterPeace
"Human Security in Liberia: Local Perspectives on Formal and Informal Security" by Conciliation Resources
Nepal at a Crossroads: The Nexus between Human Security and Renewed Conflict in Rural Nepal" by International Alert
"Security for Whom? Security Sector Reform and Public Security in Nepal" by International Alert
"Security Sector Transformation in Sierra Leone: 1997-2007" by International Alert
Human Security Tools - provided by UN Human Security Unit
Security in Transition - London School of Economics (LSE) interdisciplinary investigation into 'the security gap'.
Whose Police? An Open Security series on the tension between service and control.