11–15 December, 2017
Session 1 Principles of Security Sector Governance
- Amb. Laurence Wohlers
- Dr. Eboe Hutchful
- Julie Chalfin and Linda Thomas-Greenfield, “The Security Governance Initiative,” PRISM, Vol. 6, No. 4, 2017.
- Emile Ouédraogo, “Advancing Military Professionalism in Africa,” Africa Center for Strategic Studies, Africa Center Research Paper No. 6, July 2014. In English and French.
- World Development Report 2011 Overview: Conflict, Security, and Development, World Bank, 2011. In English and French.
- Security Sector Governance SSR Backgrounder, Geneva Center for the Democratic control of Armed Forces (DCAF), 2015. In English and French.
Session 2 Coalition Building
- Dr. Mathurin Houngnikpo
- Dr. Emile Ouédraogo
- Hon. Aliyu Ibrahim Gebi
- AU Policy framework on Security Sector Reform, 2013. Also in French.
- Communication for Governance and Accountability Program, “Coalition Building,” World Bank.
- Parliaments, Roles and responsibilities in good security sector governance, Security Sector Reform Backgrounder, DCAF, 2015. In English and French.
Session 3 Strategy and Resources
- Nicole Ball and Len Le Roux, “A model for good practice in budgeting for the military sector,” in Wuyi Omitoogun and Eboe Hutchful, eds. Budgeting for the Military Sector in Africa: The Processes and Mechanisms of Control, SIPRI, 2006.
- Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, “National Security Policies,” SSR Backgrounder Series (Geneva: DCAF, 2015). Also in French.
- Harborne, Barnard, Dorotinsky, William, and Bisca, Paul, ed. Securing Development: Public Finance and the Security Sector, The World Bank Group, 2017. In English and French.
Session 4 Justice and Inclusion
- Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh
- Ms. Kemi Okenyodo
- World Development Report 2017: Governance and the Law, World Bank. In English and in French.
- Zipporah Musau, “Les femmes, la paix et la sécurité,” Afrique Renouveau, Décembre 2015.
- Gender Equality and Good Security Sector Governance, (DCAF), 2015. In English and French.
- Sylviane Guillaumont Jeanneney et al, Linking Security and Development: A plea for the Sahel or Allier sécurité et développement Plaidoyer pour le Sahel, Ferdi, 2016. Also in French.
Session 5 Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism
- Peter Romaniuk “Does CVE Work? Lessons Learned from the Global Effort to Counter Violent Extremism.” Global Center for Cooperative Security, September 2015.
- Mercy Corps, “‘Motivations and Empty Promises’: Voice of Former Boko Haram Combatant and Nigerian Youth,” April 2016.
- Abdisaid M. Ali, “Islamist Extremism in East Africa,” Africa Security Brief No. 32, Africa Center for Strategic Studies, August 9, 2016.
- UN Development Program (UNDP). Journey to Extremism in Africa: Drivers, Incentives, and the Tipping Point for Recruitment, 2017.