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Gender & security sector reform tookit
|Other titles||Gender and security sector reform|
|Statement||editors, Megan Bastick and Kristin Valasek, DCAF.|
|Contributions||Bastick, Megan., Valasek, Kristin., Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009505002|
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The new DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR, UN Women Gender and Security Toolkit is a series of practical tools and policy guides to promote gender equality and integrate a gender perspective in the security and justice sector. The Toolkit focuses both on advancing gender equality within security and justice institutions and how the security and justice sector.
Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit - Tool 3: Defence Reform and Gender This tool aims to contribute to an understanding of the relationship between gender and defence structures, and to highlight some practical steps that can be taken to transform the defence sector into a democratic, representative security service provider.
This toolkit focuses both on advancing gender equality within security and justice institutions and how the security and justice sector can help to achieve gender equality and women, peace and security goals within society.
Drawing on the past decade of policy innovation and best practices, the tools highlight what success looks like and how it can be achieved. The Toolkit was developed in order to increase the knowledge, capacities and exchange regarding the gender aspects of SSR amongst security sector reform policymakers, practitioners and researchers.
The Toolkit aims to: Set out why gender is important to SSR processes. Present practical strategies for integrating gender into SSR assessment, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, drawing. The Toolkit is designed as a practical resource for security sector reform practitioners and will be launched in early For more information please contact: Kristin Valasek [email protected] Gender and Security Sector Reform Officer Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) 1 This article is based on a forthcoming.
The Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit is an initial response to the need for more information and analysis on gender and SSR processes. It is designed to provide policymakers and practitioners with a practical introduction to why gender issues are important.
Cite as: DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR, UN Women (), “Security Sector Governance, Security Sector Reform and. Gender”, in Gender and Security Toolkit.
Gender & security sector reform tookit book DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR, UN Women. ISBN This Toolkit was published with the support of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR). More than a decade has passed since the publication of the DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and UN-INSTRAW Gender and Security Sector Reform then, tens of thousands of security and justice personnel globally have been trained on gender equality to some degree, scores of countries worldwide have adopted Women, Peace and Security national action plans (NAPs), and important new national.
SSR Toolkit: Security Sector Reform and Gender - United. practice-notes-1to13_eng These Practice Notes are an integral part of the Security Sector Reform and Gender Toolkit, see here.
For individual Notes see here. Since the first publication of the Toolkit intens of thousands of security and justice personnel globally have been trained on gender equality to some degree, scores of countries worldwide have adopted Women, Peace and Security national action plans, and new national legislation and international standards to tackle gender inequalities and discrimination have been passed.
The Gender and Security Sector Reform Training Resource Package is a companion to the Gender and SSR Toolkit (DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and UN-INSTRAW, /). Copies of the Gender and SSR Toolkit. The manual draws on the DCAF Gender and Security Sector Reform Training Resource Package (DCAF, ), a companion to the Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit (DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and UN-INSTRAW, ).
The material is explicitly designed for SSR trainers and educators to provide them with a wide range of exercises. However, it also deals with gender in other areas besides the security sector. OECD–DAC (see n.1 above). Ibid. See, for example, boxtablebox, under police UN Report of the Secretary-General, ‘Securing Peace and Development: The Role of the United Nations in Supporting Security Sector Reform’, UN doc.
Valasek, K.,'Security Sector Reform and Gender', in Gender & Security Sector Reform Toolkit, DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR, UN-INSTRAW. Full text [PDF - KB] - 35 pages. Related Content. Serious and Organized Crime in Jordan. Helpdesk Report. Humanitarian Access, Protection, and Diplomacy in Besieged Areas.
Gender and Security Toolkit In FebruaryDCAF - the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, OSCE/ODIHR and UN Women will jointly publish a ground-breaking “Gender and Security Toolkit.”. Security Sector Reform and Gender Toolkit This Toolkit is an initial response to the need for information and analysis on gender and SSR.
It is designed to provide policymakers and practitioners with a practical introduction to why gender issues are important in. ODIHR and UN-INSTRAW Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit and accompanying Training Resource Package.
Since then, through in-country capacity building initiatives, DCAF. SSR opens a window of possibility to transform security policies and institutions, and provides opportunities to integrate gender issues.
The Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF)'s recent publishing of a Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit in Spanish greatly increases the reach of this important toolkit. 1 Introduction As part of the Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit, this tool provides an introduction to the benefits and opportunities of integrating gender issues into national-level security policy making.
1 As strategic documents, security policies are critically important in. This article explores gender and security sector reform (SSR) in Zimbabwe from to the present.
It firstly postulates that the purpose of gender-sensitive SSR is to transform security services so as to enhance human security, as opposed to having an exclusive focus on state and territorial security. Gender, Peace and Security Research” from October The discussion is based on the continuous research efforts of the gender, peace and security area and compiled information available in the Gender, Peace and Security Research (GPS) Directory.
Since its launch in Junethe. Gender and security sector reform is an emerging subfield of security sector reform (SSR) that is both practical and conceptual. SSR generally is a comprehensive framework within which all or part of a state's security sector undergoes a process of transformation in order to bring it more into line with principles such as democratic oversight, good governance and the rule of law.
As part of the Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit, this toolkit provides an introduction to the benefits and opportunities of integrating gender issues into national-level security policy toolkit is designed to be a resource for staff responsible for initiating security policy-making processes within the executive branch of government, including those responsible for.
From these tools, shorter briefs ( pgs) will be produced. The full set of resources will be developed into a Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit.
2) Hold e-discussions, an expert workshop and a launch/workshop to promote and operationalise the Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit.
The topics of the twelve tools and briefs are: 1. Australian Launch of the Gender and Security Toolkit. This event launched the Toolkit in Australia with three of the Tools being presented by authors Lisa Denney (Policing and Gender), Eleanor Gordon (Justice and Gender) and Henri Myrttinen (Security Sector Governance, Security Sector Reform and Gender).
Gender and Security Sector Reform Examples from the Ground Organization: The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) The Gender and Security Sector Reform Training Resource Package is a companion to the Gender and SSR Toolkit (DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and UN-INSTRAW, /).
Julie L. Arostegui, J.D., is a lawyer and international human rights, gender and security expert with extensive experience in the rule of law, access to justice, peace building, combating gen-der-based violence, women’s political participation and security sector reform. She serves as.
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Designed to provide a practical introduction to gender issues for security sector reform practitioners and policy-makers, the Toolkit includes 13 Tools and Practice Notes.
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The concepts of security sector governance and reform (SSG/R, or SSG and SSR) generally refer to a process in Western-based international development and democratization to amend the security sector of a state towards good governance and its principles, such as freedom of information and the rule of law.
The objective of security sector reform (SSR) is to achieve good security sector. ‘Security sector reform (SSR) is the process of transforming a country's security system so that it gradually provides individuals and the state with more effective and accountable security in a manner consistent with respect for human rights, democracy, the rule of law and the principles of good governance’ (European Commission b, p.
Security Sector Reform (SSR) is a concept that first emerged in the s in Eastern Europe. Though there is no single globally accepted definition, SSR generally refers to a process to reform or rebuild a state's security sector.
It responds to a situation in which a dysfunctional security sector is unable to provide security to the state and its people effectively and under democratic. The Consortium’s work aims to use knowledge about gender and security to end armed conflicts and build sustainable international peace.
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Justice and Security Sector Reform Norul Mohamed Rashid T Wednesday, 28 October | SSR Toolkit: Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector and Gender. Book Chapter. Authors: Cheryl Hendricks; Lauren Hutton. Source: Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit, p () reads; Google Scholar; RTF; XML; Downloads; Cited in; How to cite; No files have yet been downloaded.
Arostegui, J.D. Julie L. " Gender and the Security Sector: Towards a More Secure Future." Connections: The Quarterly. The Government of Ethiopia (GOE) has set in train an initiative to develop the tourism sector in Ethiopia. This study supports this objective through in depth analysis of the supply and demand sides of the sector and by proposing a focused and viable strategy to grow tourist visitation and revenues whilst supporting the GOE poverty reduction goals.The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) is an international foundation whose primary fields of activity include Security Sector Reform (SSR) and Security Sector Governance (SSG).
DCAF was founded in under Swiss law and on the initiative of the Swiss government. Its stated aim is to "support effective, efficient, and democratically governed security sectors.