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Security and Stabilisation Programme

Last updated: 11/10/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-1-301575


OCSM’s Security and Stabilisation Department will increase the UK’s effectiveness in preventing or reducing conflict through a) the application of stabilisation principles and b) applying security sector reform (SSR) best practice. This includes developing a UK unique selling point (“USP”) on state reconstruction and acting as a convening power for HMG on all aspects of SSR policy and practice, including disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) and defection. The Programme will deliver a facet of the UK’s conflict prevention, management, and resolution agenda, as set out in the Integrated Review to reduce the frequency and intensity of conflict and instability, to alleviate suffering, and minimise the opportunities for state and non-state actors to undermine international security. The SSD incorporates two important areas of the conflict agenda where we can bring significant added value for HMG and internationally: Stabilisation, and Security Sector Reform.


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Developing countries, unspecified, United Kingdom
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Programme data last updated on 11/10/2022