|Annual Workshop on Transition of Military Base Conversion, 06 - 08 December, Cerklje, Slovenia||Conference on "Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector: Positive Experiences and Examples of the Parliamentary Committees for Security in SEE", 27 - 29 June 2010, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina||NATO - RACVIAC Conference “Better Management of Defence Resources, Including Integrity Building in the Armed Forces”, 14 ‐ 17 September 2009|
In 2005 and 2006 the Security Sector Reform Pillar was divided into three Working Groups. Their tasks included developing regional support networks, concentrating know-how on Defence Conversion and promoting an integrated donors approach as follows:
In 2007, the SSR Pillar started making appropriate programme adjustments with a view to gradually merging the Working Groups’ programme areas within the framework of Defence Resources Management.
In 2009, the Pillar focused its efforts on direct assistance to the SEE countries’ institutions in developing adequate Defense Conversion systems and programs. In this regard, one of the Pillar’s most remarkable achievements was the successful realization of the human resources management project, aimed at providing technical assistance to the Ministry of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina regarding the implementation of the “PERSPEKTIVA” Programme. This was a direct result of the Pillar’s efforts to support the new vision of RACVIAC as an academic institution capable of conducting corresponding activities. This also means that in the last several years, the Pillar has come a long way from having exclusively workshop type of activities, as was the case in 2005 and 2006.Evidently, yet at a different pace, the countries of South Eastern Europe (SEE) are changing their status from either transitional or transitional post-conflict to predominantly regional co-operative and Euro-Atlantic oriented one. The security context of the region is also increasingly marked by considerable multilateral co-operation on current security issues as well as by efforts put in addressing common and new security threats. RACVIAC SSR Pillar is serving as the leading regional platform in the field of Security Sector Reform, focusing its mission on sustainable, long-term and integrated support to SSR efforts within the region and beyond.
Currently SSR Pillar is focused on promotion of different aspects and principles of Security Sector in the fields of:
|Mr Branko KROMAR, M.Sc. Programme Manager||LtCol Neven BAJIĆ, HR, Subject Matter Expert on SSR|