No one group can achieve human security on their own without working with others. Coordination is essential. Human security depends on fruitful civil-military-police understanding and coordination. New generations of security sector leaders recognize that civil society is an important stakeholder for sustainable security. At the same time, many in civil society recognize the need to engage with the security sector as key stakeholders necessary for sustainable peace. Human security requires local ownership and active engagement between the security sector and civil society. Integrated training for the security sector and civil society can help identify common ground and also understand the areas where their approaches are different. This curriculum offers an innovative, first of its kind integrated civil-military-police curriculum.
The Handbook on Human Security was designed for senior and mid-level leaders in international and regional organizations, government, military, police and civil society are the primary audience for the curriculum. Ideally, training and education centres for military, police, and civil society organizations including NGOs, universities and religious organizations will use the curriculum in integrated civil-military-police courses to enable joint learning and relationship building.
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