The reform of the national security sector has become one of the major topics of international concern regarding crisis management and post-crisis recovery during the last decade.
The focus on traditional security actors such as the police, the military, the judiciary, prison personnel, border guards, and intelligence has been complemented by a more comprehensive view on human security, bringing the basic needs and physical, social and economic security and safety of individuals and the population to the centre of attention.
With this course on “Peacebuilding” experts from governments, civil society, the private sector, international institutions and agencies as well as international non-governmental organisations will be prepared and supported for their engagement in crisis prevention, crisis management, humanitarian aid and development cooperation.
ESDC Course on Peacebuilding: 7 – 12 May 2017
Application Deadline: 28 February 2017
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Women, children, the elderly, refugees, internally displaced persons, people with special needs and minorities are especially affected by the consequences of national and international armed conflict. It is therefore imperative comprehensively to protect the civilian population in all armed conflicts.