ISS Today: Peacebuilding
in Africa - why the
media matters

Media protection, resourcing
and independence are vital
wherever peace is in jeopardy.

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Weekly briefing: using
police to bring peace

Could an increased use of police
provide an alternative to costly
military peace operations?

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Analysis: Why the SAPS needs
an internal anti-corruption unit

This policy brief offers a number of arguments
for why this approach makes good sense.

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Peace and Security
Council Report No 90

This edition covers Western Sahara, Darfur
and the 10th anniversary of the African Charter
on Democracy, Elections and Governance.

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South African Crime Quarterly 59

This issue explores topics related to domestic violence,
refusing parole and mental illness as a defence.

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Video: power sharing
and protest in the DRC

Disagreements continue to threaten
the country’s political accord.

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Video: Policing for peace
and the PSSG

ISS helped develop police capacity
in peace support operations through the
AU’s Police Strategic Support Group.

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Video: Africa’s future 2035

Africa’s future is promising, but
progress must be accelerated.
How can this be achieved?

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