The course provides an overview of the various approaches for dealing with ex-combatants, from integration into the national security apparatus, to economic and social reintegration, de-radicalization approaches, Community Based Reintegration and Security (CBRS) and (transitional) justice processes. This course is organised by the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) at the Naval Postgraduate School, in collaboration with Transition International. The course will be held in Monteray, CA from 6 to 7 August 2018.
This course aims to bring together senior and mid-level practitioners, policy makers, researchers and donors from around the world to share experiences and develop a common understanding of possible and innovative approaches to reintegration. Best practice on economic, political and social (re)integration are shared by a pool of experienced trainers, and further explored and challenged by the participants. The course will be held in Barcelona, Spain, from Friday 14 December to Friday 21 December 2018.
This course will explore how local governments, and security services, can improve security in conflict-affected areas, and what challenges affect the local government’s ability to promote the rule of law. The course further provides training on conflict and security assessment hand will teach explain the underlying principles of community security, community based reintegration, community violence reduction, and will explore rule of law in the context of preventing violent extremism. This course is implemented by the The Hague academy for local governance, in collaboration with TI. This course is organised by Transition International, in collaboration with the Barcelona International Peace Centre (BIPC) in The Hague from 29 October thru 9 November 2018