How Tunisia’s security agencies are confronting infiltration attempts

Title: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2016/07/tunisia-jihadist-organizations-infiltrate-military-security.html#ixzz4ElQ7REP3

By Ahmed Nadhif

Published in July, 2016

Al Monitor

Posted in Articles, Reports, Tunisia Tagged with: , , , , ,

Facebook and Social Media Fanning the Flames of War in South Sudan

Title: http://www.ssrresourcecentre.org/2016/07/12/facebook-and-social-media-fanning-the-flames-of-war-in-south-sudan/

By Matthew Lariche

Published in July, 2016

Security Sector Reform Center

Posted in Articles, Community Security, Reports, South Sudan Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Setting the Aperture Wider A synthesis of research and policy advice on security pluralism in Tunis, Nairobi and Beirut

Title: http://pluralsecurityinsights.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/160707_PSI_Policy-brief_Synthesis-Report.pdf

By Megan Price

Published in July, 2016

Plural Security Insights

Posted in Articles, Analysis & Reports, Community Security, Lebanon, Tunisia Tagged with:

US: Don’t Fund Child Soldiers Abroad

Title: https://www.hrw.org/news/2016/06/30/us-dont-fund-child-soldiers-abroad

Joint Report

Published in June, 2016

Human Rights Watch

Posted in Analysis, Iraq, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, US, Yemen Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Gender and community security

Title: http://www.saferworld.org.uk/resources/view-resource/1072-gender-and-community-security

Joint Report

Published in June, 2016

Safer World

Posted in Community Security, Gender, Reports, South Sudan, Yemen Tagged with: ,

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