January 01, 2013
Developing National Capability for Security and Stabilization
A project aimed at promoting people-centered Security Sector Reform by filling the gap in the public discourse on National Security. Through research, consultation, awareness raising and debate, this project intends to contribute to the development of a long-term capability of the Lebanese security system to control risk and guarantee the respect of the Rule of Law, thus ensuring greater security for citizens and sustainable stabilization processes for the country.
Expected outcomes: the assessment of perceived sources of insecurity across the population throughout Lebanon using survey questionnaires and focus groups; an increase in public knowledge, awareness and analytical capacity among civil society groups, representatives of security agencies, the administration and the media; and the development of debate among key opinion formers on feasible entry points to security system reform.
In collaboration with International Alert.