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  • [Event] Regional Roundtable Dialogue to Strengthen National Institutions in the Implementation of Weapons and Ammunition Management (WAM) in the Context of Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration (DDR)

    • Tuesday, 5 December 2023: BICC, in support of the Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA) will convene a regional roundtable dialogue in Nairobi to evaluate the current situation, needs and adopting resource mobilisation strategies for WAM activities related to DDR of identified RECSA member states (Burundi, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda). The targeted member states will share lessons learned and experiences regarding DDR and WAM activities.
  • [PDF Document] paper38.pdf   (350.71 KB)

    paper 38 Einbeziehung von Verteidigungshaushalten in Public Expenditure Management Kurzgutachten Kurzgutachten Einbeziehung von Verteidigungshaushalten in Public Expenditure Management Einschätzung der Situation in Äthiopien Burundi Kenia Tansania und Uganda von Michael Brzoska verantwortlich Marc von Boemcken WolfChristian Paes Willem Jaspers Assistenz Im Auftrag der KfWEntwicklungsbank Published by BICC Bonn 2004 Bonn International Center for Conversion Director Peter J Croll An der Elisab...
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  • [PDF Document] WP2_19_Uganda_web.pdf   (727.71 KB)

    WORKING PAPER 2 2019 Uganda A role model for refugee integration Heidrun Bohnet University of Geneva Clara SchmitzPranghe BICC WORKING PAPER 2 2019 UGANDA A ROLE MODEL FOR REFUGEE INTEGRATION E BOHNET C SCHMITZPRANGHE SUMMARY Uganda hosts the largest refugee population in Africa and is after Turkey and Pakistan the thirdlargest refugee recipient country worldwide Political and humanitarian actors have widely praised Ugandan refugee policies because of their progressive nature In Ugand...
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  • [Publication] Incorporation of defense expenditures into public expenditure work

    • The following short case studies will present and discuss readily available information on deficits in the planning, programming implementation and control of military expenditures in the East- African countries of Ethiopia, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.The case studies are structured as follows: first, general information on the military sector, especially size and meaning of the armed forces and military expenditures, is presented. Second, to the extent that information cou...
  • [Publication] Incorporation of defense expenditures into public expenditure work

    • The following short case studies will present and discuss readily available information on deficits in the planning, programming implementation and control of military expenditures in the East- African countries of Ethiopia, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.The case studies are structured as follows: first, general information on the military sector, especially size and meaning of the armed forces and military expenditures, is presented. Second, to the extent that information cou...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...
  • [Publication] Figurations of Displacement in and beyond Tanzania: Reflections on protracted displacement and translocal connections of Cong...

    • Figurations of Displacement in and beyond Tanzania: Reflections on protracted displacement and translocal connections of Congolese and Burundian refugees in Dar es Salaam (TRAFIG working paper no. 8). Bonn: BICC.