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ДЕМОКРАТИЧНЕ УРЯДУВАННЯ У СЕКТОРІ БЕЗПЕКИ

The fifth multi-stakeholder conference on “The role of the ombuds Institutions in security sector governance” took place on 29-30 November 2016 in Kyiv. The Ukrainian parliament commissioner for human rights opened the conference by clarifying the status of the most recent reforms and their relevance to the role of ombuds institutions. More than sixty participants, including national and international experts, parliamentarians, and representatives of the Ukrainian government, security sector, international organizations such as OSCE-PCU, ODIHR, NATO Liaison Office, and representatives of civil society attended the event. Three working group discussions which focused on National Ombuds Institution, Military Ombuds Institutions and Law Enforcement Ombuds Institutions took place as a component of the Conference. The aim of the discussions was to identify a range of priorities and recommendations for Ukraine. Key recommendations include: parliamentary oversight capacity building; improving communication and coordination between the Parliamentary Committees and the Commissioner; improving the implementation of oversight legislation; ensuring oversight is proactive; and oversight actors have the necessary expertise and specialisation in order to deal with the particular issues of the security sector.

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 Презентація по УЗПЛ

Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Sector Governance (SSG) Challenges: The Role of the Human Rights Department of the National Police of Ukraine. Conference V, 29-30 November 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine

Kostyantyn TARASENKO, Human Rights Department of the National Police of Ukraine

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Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Sector Governance (SSG) Challenges: Ombuds Institutions for the Armed Forces – Identifying Current Needs. Conference V, 29-30 November 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine

Nataliya ZEYNALOVA, Reforms Office, Ministry of Defence of Ukraine

 

 Презентація_представник Уповноваженого

Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Sector Governance (SSG) Challenges: The Role of Ombuds Institutions and Security Sector Oversight. Conference V, 29-30 November 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine

 

  Oversight Mechanisms and the Human Dimension of Security

 

 UKR_Oversight Mechanisms and the Human Dimension of Security

 

Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Sector Governance (SSG) Challenges: Oversight mechanisms and the human dimension of security. Conference V, 29-30 November 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine

Graziella PAVONE, Human Rights Officer, Human Rights, Gender and Security, ODIHR

 

 Independent Police Oversight Good Practices

Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Sector Governance (SSG) Challenges: Ombuds Institutions for the Police and Law Enforcement Agencies: Best Practices. Conference V, 29-30 November 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine

Nazli YILDIRIM, DCAF Consultant

 

 International Good Practices Ombuds Institutions DCAF

Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Sector Governance (SSG) Challenges: Ombuds Institutions for the Armed Forces: Best Practices. Conference V, 29-30 November 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine

Will Mc DERMOTT, Project Officer, DCAF Geneva

Photo credit: Ivan Bandura (Flickr)

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