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This publication provides an understanding of the mutual influence of state fragility and service delivery. It offers guidance to donors wishing to strengthen service provision and governance issues.
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A workbook for participants of the OECD DAC training courses " Conflict, Prevention and Peacebuilding" and "Security System Reform and Governance". It provides guidance to headquarters staff or field personnel working on Security System Reform.
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A short overview meant for trainers and hosts of the OECD DAC training courses "Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding" (CPPB) and "Security Sector Reform and Governance" (SSRG). It provides guidance for trainers and administrators who are responsible for preparing and delivering these courses. &
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This guide is target towards trainers of the OECD DAC training courses " Conflict, Prevention and Peacebuilding" and "Security System Reform and Governance". It provides guidance for trainers and administrators who are responsible for preparing and delivering these courses.
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Principios para el compromiso internacional en Estados frágiles y en situaciones de fragilidad
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This study provides groundbreaking analysis of the challenges faced in security and justice service delivery. More importantly, it proposes an innovative solution for development agencies, engaging in supporting security and justice development.
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A durable exit from poverty and insecurity for the world’s most fragile states will need to be driven by their own leadership and people. International actors can affect outcomes in fragile states in both positive and negative ways. International engagement will not by itself put an end to state fragility, but the adoption of the following shared Principles can help maximise the positive impact of engagement and minimise
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Working effectively in fragile states requires donor countries to adopt a ‘whole of government’approach (WGA).This study assesses existing WGAs, drawing upon recent experiences of a number of OECD countries in fragile states.
How can conflict-prone countries ensure better delivery of security and justice services? How can they establish structures and mechanisms which will ensure effective and accountable security and justice institutions? Although there has been ...
The Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States reflect lessons on aid effectiveness derived from recent experience in fragile states , covering issues including: priority interventions, alignment, donor coherence and coordination, aid instruments and aid allocations.