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Shared Security And Peace Governance

The Malian Experience
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
ISBN : 978-978-923-731-9
February 2012

Shared Security And Peace Governance
The Malian Experience

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
ISBN : 978-978-923-731-9
February 2012

Shared governance of the security sector responds to the question of the involvement of all components of a nation in managing their security concerns. Based on human security, the concept of shared governance of the security sector highlights the mechanisms that identify the roles and responsibilities of
actors called upon to take ownership of the initiative in a participatory manner, with the necessary oversight and accountability required from any reliable democratic process.

The Malian experience that is presented in this publication shows that the involvement of actors other than the usual sovereign forces to share the security sector management is possible and even more, can be replicated at a regional level, for so little that policy makers in West Africa pledge to develop a common strategy to fight against insecurity.

Publié le 12 juin 2013