Dr Hans Born

Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF)

Hans Born is Assistant Director and Head of the Policy and Research Department at DCAF - Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, and in this capacity he also assumes the responsibility of the head of the Policy & Research Division.

Hans Born has wide experience in managing policy and research projects on security sector governance and reform mandated by, among others, the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe, and the European Parliament. In this context, he has published widely on security sector reform and governance, including parliamentary oversight, intelligence oversight, police accountability, and human rights. Notably, he has published the DCAF – IPU Handbook on Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector which has been translated into over 40 languages.

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Securing Development, Developing Security? Security Assistance, Arms Exports and Do No Harm Reconsidered

Virtual Session 11Translate

Military and police assistance to partner governments in fragile and weak states seems to be en vogue again. The event will question some of the key assumptions of international train missions and propose policy alternatives.

Hans Born is Assistant Director and Head of the Policy and Research Department at DCAF - Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, and in this capacity he also assumes the responsibility of the head of the Policy & Research Division.

Hans Born has wide experience in managing policy and research projects on security sector governance and reform mandated by, among others, the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe, and the European Parliament. In this context, he has published widely on security sector reform and governance, including parliamentary oversight, intelligence oversight, police accountability, and human rights. Notably, he has published the DCAF – IPU Handbook on Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector which has been translated into over 40 languages.

Join me in:

Securing Development, Developing Security? Security Assistance, Arms Exports and Do No Harm Reconsidered

Virtual Session 11Translate

Military and police assistance to partner governments in fragile and weak states seems to be en vogue again. The event will question some of the key assumptions of international train missions and propose policy alternatives.

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