How can local actors improve human security and state security in conflict-affected areas? What challenges affect the local government’s ability to promote the rule of law? How can citizens be enabled to actively use the law? What are the most recent experiences in international Security Sector Reform policy frameworks? How can human security approaches be effective in the context of violent extremism? And how can inclusive local economic development contribute to stabilisation and sustaining peace?
A two-week intensive training course by the Hague Academy for Local governance will equip participants with practical and academic insights to help them tackle these questions and work towards community security. The Hague Academy for Local Governance specialises in practice-oriented training courses and study visits for professionals working to strengthen local governance. This training course is intended for people in public sector, CSOs, NGOs or international organisations which encounter issues with conflict areas in their work.
Interested? Read more about this training here.