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Implementing the Democratic Control of Armed Forces / the OSCE Code of Conduct

Belarus

Advised whole-of-government and civil society representatives on Belarus’s obligations as an OSCE member state under the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Relations, and the implications for security sector governance (2010)

 

Canada

Advised the Canadian Armed Forces on possible future roles for the Canadian military (1998)  

 

Lebanon/Palestine

Advised civil society representatives on the importance of democratic control of the security forces and the lessons learned in the OSCE area in implementing the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Relations (2007)

 

Montenegro

Advised, on behalf of the OSCE, parliamentarians, on their country’s obligations as an OSCE member state under the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Relations, and the implications for SSG (2007)

 

North Africa

Advised governmental officials and representatives of security forces from across North Africa on the importance of democratic control of the security forces and the lessons learned in the OSCE area in implementing the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Relations (2006-2007)

 

OSCE

Advised the OSCE Forum for Security Cooperation on ways of updating the OSCE Code of Conduct on Politico-Military Relations in the light of developments in the area of SSG (2004 and 2006)

 

Sudan

Advised members of the Southern Sudan Liberation Army on developing a capacity for training soldiers on the issue of democratic control of armed forces (2009)

 

Switzerland

Advised members of the Swiss Armed Forces on how to think comprehensively about the structure of the Swiss security sector and understand the interrelationships among the different actors (2007)

Advised members of the Swiss Armed Forces and Defence Ministry staff on the role of the military in SSR initiatives (2007)

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