Conference 7: Ukraine’s Civilian Security Sector: Reforms’ Progress and Challenges
In the framework of the ‘Ukraine – Security Governance Best Practice and Monitoring Platforms’ project, the seventh conference took place in Kiev between 29 and 30 March. This conference addressed Ukraine’s Civilian Security Sector: Reforms’ Progress and Challenges.
The Civilian Security Sector in Ukraine embraces a wide range of the national non-military structures including but not limited to law-enforcement and rule of law agencies. Key roles in civil security issues belong to Parliament, civil society and Media, which support and control activities of the Civilian Security Sector.
The objectives of this event were to identify current reform priorities and challenges; pinpoint weaknesses in oversight structures and relevant solutions; determine relevant lessons learned and best practices; and define capacity development needs.
Video extracts (original source here):
More videos (full conference):
Civil Society and Reform of Internal Security Dr. Lada L. ROSLYCKY, DCAF
Public Oversight of SSR Mr. Konrad Wudtke, EUAM.
State Border Guard Service: Reform Status and Needs Anatoliy MAKHNIUK, Director, Department of the State Border Protection, State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.