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This programme aims to reduce the threat from organised criminality, extremism and terrorism, strengthening governance and the rule of law capability, supporting reconciliation and the fight against corruption .
This programme aims to ensure UN conflict prevention, mediation and peacebuilding capabilities are strengthened, scaled up and better resourced to deliver the outcomes of recent UN reviews. It will help build the UN’s capacity to respond to crises quickly to prevent them from worsening, support the UN to build sustainable peace in countries emerging from conflict and incentivise the different parts of the UN to work together to achieve global peacebuilding objectives.
This programme is supporting Ukraine’s civil society and the Ukrainian government on a range of conflict management, peace-building and recovery programmes. These include support for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), human rights monitoring and helping to build resilience and grassroots capacity amongst conflict-affected communities. This support is being provided alongside DFID-funded humanitarian aid. As part of the UK’s support to the Minsk II peace process, the UK is currently the second largest contributor to the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, which actively monitors the security situation and reports on ceasefire violations.
This programme will directly support key components of the National Security Council’s Pakistan strategy which aims to “help Pakistan to consolidate its democracy and provide effective government, prioritising economic growth and reducing poverty” and will act as an enabler of wider UK national security and regional objectives.
This programme aims to focus on two critical areas: support for Burma’s peace process and the end of internal conflict; and reform of how law and order are provided (security sector reform).
The Security & Justice Reform Programme (SJRP) directly delivers on HMG’s defence, security and justice priorities in Nigeria. The programme will deliver this through four interconnected components: (1) Supporting more coherent Nigerian national security architecture. (2) Strategic assistance to the Nigerian Police Force (NPF). (3) Supporting better informed and comprehensive approaches to reduce prison congestion and increase wellbeing of prisoners in selected prisons. (4) Improved governance and effectiveness of the Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) through institutional development and longer-term defence reform.
This programme aims to address issues of conflict and instability in line with UK values – countering and preventing violent extremism, strengthening the role and voice of women, preventing sexual violence and abuse, protecting children and preventing mass atrocities.
This programme is supporting the Government of Colombia to prepare and implement post peace agreement plans, via contributions to the UN Trust Fund on Colombia, in order to incentivise and leverage joined-up government planning and donor coordination. The UK is contributing to efforts to strengthen the security sector to confront post peace agreement challenges, including human rights compliance challenges, with support to the Colombian Ministry of Defence, to prepare for threats posed from criminal economies. The UK is also providing advice to the Colombian Army on future transformation scenarios post conflict and UK Technical advice to the Colombian police focussed on citizen security post conflict.
This programme is working with countries in the region to make an improvement in the ability of the Caribbean governments to disrupt serious organised crime. The programme is focussed on end-to-end capacity building across the region and in individual jurisdictions, seeking improvements in the capability of countries in the region to increase law enforcement capability.
This programme aims to provide Security and Justice Sector Reform by increasing civilian oversight and professionalisation of the Somaliland Army and Coastguard; increasing the effectiveness and accountability of the Judiciary and Prosecutors through development of the Somaliland High Judicial Council, and improving court security and administration; increasing the capacity of the Somaliland Police to provide security in an effective and human rights compliant manner, and improving human resource and financial management; maintaining the human rights compliance and security of Hargeisa prison. The programme aims to provide Political Stability and Accountability by increasing proactive communication between government and the public and the media, and increasing the professionalism and effectiveness of media; supporting democratisation, civil society and the electoral cycle in Somaliland.