Security and justice seminar series: 2014 - 2015

1 March 2014 - 1 March 2015
Event Series
Description
Throughout 2014 – 2015, ODI hosted a series of six seminars to discuss key conceptual and practical issues related to security and justice programming. The series was generously supported by Atos, Coffey International, GRM International, KPMG, Law & Development Partnership and Saferworld.

The series provided the opportunity for regular meetings amongst the security and justice community of practice, helping to build stronger connections, relationships and shared knowledge, in turn supporting better programming. The seminars served to promote knowledge and information sharing relevant to security and justice policy, programming and research. They also aimed to bring together those working on issues of policing, justice, rule of law and military security; as well as those from practitioner, policy and research backgrounds. Attendees included representatives from government agencies, implementing partners, individual consultants, NGOs, research institutes and universities.

The series has been continued into 2015 – 2016 (for information on these events, please visit the series page). 

Doing security and justice sector reform differently: what, why and how?

Public event | 18 March 2015 17:00 - 18:30 GMT+00
​There is an increasing recognition amongst the development industry of the need to ‘do development differently.' However, operationalising such ways of working are difficult. This seminar will look at how this new approach can be accommodated with...
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Security sector stabilisation

Workshop | 21 January 2015 17:00 - 18:30 GMT+00
​A core challenge for the security and justice sectors in fragile and conflict-affected states is how to both enhance security and make political progress in contexts where the capability and legitimacy of the political authority is lacking and where the environment is...
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