“Security Sector Reform in Conflict-Affected Countries: The Evolution of a Model” by Mark Sedra is now available through Routledge.
President Mark Sedra presented “The Future of Canadian Engagement in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States: Asserting a Thought Leadership Role” at a conference organized by the Canadian International Council.
SGG Senior Associate Geoff Burt has published an article on the regional costs of North America’s deportation drive. This article is based on the SGG ‘Deportation, Circular Migration and Organized Crime’ project.
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The Haiti Case Study from SGG’s “Deportation, Circular Migration and Organized Crime” research project is now available on our Publications page. This report examines the impact of deportations from Canada to Haiti on crime trends in both countries and analyzes the threats to public security in Canada.
The SGG supported an OSCE-led course for border security officers and counter-terrorism experts on the identification of foreign terrorist fighters.
The SGG has been selected to join a network of pre-qualified organizations eligible to apply for grants and tenders issued by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations.
The two final reports from SGG’s “Deportation, Circular Migration and Organized Crime” research project – undertaken on behalf of Public Safety Canada – are now available on our Publications page.
CBC News highlights findings from SGG’s project on “The Domestic Impacts of Current Conflicts Abroad and their Implications” in “Federal study disputes claim diaspora communities breed extremists.”
Senior Associate Geoff Burt published an article in The Hill Times highlighting key findings from the SGG’s research project on deportation, circular migration and organized crime.
SGG Senior Associate David Law delivered the SSR component in the training programme for German officers at the Bundeswehrakademie in Hamburg. The module featured a case-study on Mali…
Security Governance Group President Mark Sedra gave interviews to nine Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio One affiliates across Canada on what he expects to be the major geopolitical hotspots for 2016.
SGG Associate Gaëlle Rivard Piché published “Doing More, Better: Reflections on the Future of Canadian Assistance to Haiti”, an article on the future of Canadian foreign policy towards Haiti at iaffairscanada.com.
SGG Senior Associate Nina Wilén published two articles on military integration in The Washington Post and International Peacekeeping.
The SGG convened a high level workshop in Kabul to consult key stakeholders engaged in human trafficking issues. The workshop was intended to stimulate dialogue on the scale of the human trafficking problem in Afghanistan.