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Today's discussion will open at 12am EST on Friday, May 8. Moderating the debate will be Zeenia Masood, Ghazanfar Sukkurwala and Aaron Widdis.

Among the questions we will seek to answer today include:

  • What are the most significant challenges to the SSR model?
  • Is the SSR concept in its current form capable of overcoming these challenges?
  • How have the preeminent challenges to the SSR model shaped the manner [...] read more »

    Mark Sedra

    Day 4 - Discussion

    by Mark Sedra - 2 weeks ago

    Today's discussion will open at 12am EST on Thursday, May 7. Moderating the debate will be Jessica Teeple, Carla Angulo-Pasel, Anne-Marie Sánchez and Cesar Jaramillo.

    Among the questions we will seek to answer today include:

    • Why is SSR important for peace-building and vice versa?
    • What are the specific challenges that SSR programs have faced in post-conflict environments?
    • Can SSR be successfully implemented in areas facing high levels of insecurity?
    • What actors and processes should the SSR agenda engage with more effectively in post-conflict environments?

    Today's discussion will open at 12am EST on Wednesday, May 6. Moderating the debate will be Agata Gorecka, Anne-Marie Sánchez, Carla Angulo-Pasel and Stacey Gellatly.

    Among the questions we will discuss today include:

    • What are the unique demands placed on the SSR model in different implementation settings?
    • Have the core norms and principles of SSR been adequately reflected in SSR programming over the past decade?
    • Are there clear success stories of SSR that can be emulated?
    • How can you make the SSR process more adaptable to diverse environments?

    Today's discussion will open at 12am EST on Tuesday, May 5. Moderating the debate will be Jessica Teeple, Stacey Gellatly, Cesar Jaramillo and Ghazanfar Sukkurwala.

    Among the questions we will discuss today include:

  • What are some of the dominant approaches to SSR and which have been the most effective?
  • Is there a need to reach an international consensus [...] read more »

    Today's discussion will open at 12am EST on Monday, May 4. Moderating the debate will be Zeenia Masood, Aaron Widdis and Agata Gorecka

    Among the questions we will discuss today include:

    • Has the SSR concept veered off course since its emergence in the 1990s?
    • Have events like the September 11th attacks and the subsequent "war on terror" influenced the direction of SSR policy and practice?
    • Why is SSR relevant and important today?
    • Have we seen a ‘securitiation' of SSR, moving the concept way from its development roots?

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