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UN Peacekeeping in Sierra Leone 2003
The UN peacekeeping experience in Sierra Leone offers invaluable lessons, not only because of the later successes of the Organization, but particularly because of the trials encountered in the early stages of involvement. ...
Regional Quick Reaction Force Lessons Identified Study
In 2014, the Regional Quick Reaction Force (RQRF) was established in the United Nations Operation in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI) as part of the three-year drawdown plan for the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). The ...
'Re-hatting' ECOWAS Forces as UN Peacekeepers
The report recommends adopting a joint planning approach if there is a possibility of re-hatting. This would lay the foundation for future transition. Additionally, an essential step in the re-hatting process is to strike ...
Understanding and Improving Engagement with Civil Society in UN Peacekeeping: from Policy to Practice
This study analyses issues and dilemmas that peacekeeping operations and indeed the larger peacebuilding and development community has faced when engaging with civil society in conflict-affected environments with a particular ...
Implementing Extension of State Authority Mandates in Peacekeeping
While the extension of state authority (ESA) concept has not been clearly defined, examples from the ground have shown that it is based on three components: presence, capacity and legitimacy. In order for sustainable peace ...
Community Liaison Assistants in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (Survey of Practice)
Since their introduction in MONUSCO in 2010, Community Liaison Assistants (CLAs) have become a successful tool to support community engagement in peace operations. Research for this survey has indicated that the experiences ...