Decentralisation, Gender and Peacebuilding 2016

In 2016, The Hague Academy conducted three three-day trainings in Burundi. The programme involved the design and implementation of three trainings a) Decentralisation, Public Leadership and Effective Communication b) Gender , Conflict and Peacebuilding c) Gender Analysis and Mainstreaming of security plans ( these are plans which were conjointly developed at the local level by the police, civil society organisations, justice and local administration). The training involved a combination of mini-lectures, group discussions, self-assessment/analysis, cases studies and action plans.

Objectives:

  1. Improve the performance of public administration, the justice at the local level and to encourage and enhance interaction/collaboration between these institutions and the main non-state actors. As result, the level of human security will increase.
  2. The project focused on the 6 Joint Security Committees (CMS) regrouping (administrations, police, justice, security committees) in the communes of Isare, Mutimbuzi, Mukike, Mabayi, Murwi and Bukinayana.

Deliverables/Outcomes:

  • 30 participants trained on a) Decentralisation, Public Leadership and Effective Communication b) Gender , Conflict and Peacebuilding c) Gender Analysis and Gender Mainstreaming of security plans
  • 3 days training on Decentralisation, Public Leadership and Effective Communication
  • 3 days training on Gender , Conflict and Peacebuilding
  • 3 days training on Gender Analysis and Mainstreaming of security plans

Partners:

  • Cordaid
  • VNG International
  • CILC