Tag: police reform SSR

Is a homegrown security sector reform possible?

This article seeks to examine the determinants of security sector reform outcomes in post-conflict countries and assess the potential of the ‘infrastructures for peace’ framework in restructuring the security sector. It argues that security restructuring is less viable merely with informal architectures and that creating multi-layered infrastructures is essential.

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The Impact of Corruption on Security Sector Effectiveness, and What to do About It

There is increasing recognition of the significant risks corruption poses for both national and international security. In this post, the author highlights a couple of examples of how key international actors are beginning to take these risks more seriously and offers a few recommendations for effective anti-corruption programming within the context of security sector reform.

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