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Security Industry | Change Management Inertia !!

Security industry is suffering likewise across world, and a few tangible reasons could be;

The discriminatory treatment meted out to security in comparison to mainstream revenue related functions of marketing, finance and human resources etc, since security is considered as cost center at best, it discourages the best input of human resource from joining the security ranks in life and career as first professional choice. 491 more words


The problem of involuntary (?) foreign fighters

There’s a situation happening in Australia that, one way or another, may set a precedent for the way that Western nations deal with one particular subset of the “foreign fighters” problem: the foreign fighter who was coerced into fighting. 731 more words


OSCE trains law enforcement personnel on countering transnational organized crime and drug trafficking

AKTAU, western Kazakhstan, 27 July 2015 – A three-day OSCE-supported training seminar aimed to enhance the knowledge and improve the skills of law enforcement agencies in addressing transnational threats to security began today in Aktau. 344 more words


How effective are Australian strategies to counter violent extremism?

Published 20 May, 8:35am 2015 by The Lowy Institute for International Policy 

The Australian Government has just announced that more than $22 million will be spent on battling the radicalisation of young Muslims in Australia. 762 more words

Countering Violent Extremism

Cameron’s confused counter-terrorism strategy

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has followed his French counterpart, Manuel Valls, by responding to a terrorist outrage with a major speech and proposals for tougher laws. 830 more words

#R2P Weekly: 20-24 July 2015

#R2P10: The Responsibility to Protect and Counter-terrorism

The following is an excerpt from the most recent submission to the ICRtoP’s RtoP at 10 blog series, written by Kyle Matthews, Senior Deputy Director of Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS), and Cédrick Mulcair, MIGS Junior Fellow. 1,612 more words

Responsibility To Protect

Counter-terrorism tactical negotiations in focus of OSCE events in Turkmenistan

An international expert from Turkey (c) conducts a practical exercise/example on team co-ordination between various law-enforcement agencies in handling the crisis, held as part of the OSCE organized training on counter-terrorism hostage negotiations tactics, Ashgabat, 21 July 2015. 257 more words