02519oam 22005293u 450 991028934270332120220907161027.01-911529-42-010.5334/bbz(CKB)4100000007010711(OAPEN)1004250(WaSeSS)IndRDA00124881(oapen)https://directory.doabooks.org/handle/20.500.12854/35545(EXLCZ)99410000000701071120200624h20182016 uy 0enguuuuu---auuuutxtrdacontentcrdamediacrrdacarrierLinking mine action and SSR through human security /Ursign Hofmann [and three others]LondonUbiquity Press2016London :Ubiquity Press,2018.©20161 online resource (72)SSR Paper ;15Security sector reform (SSR) and mine action share a strong common conceptual basis, which draws from a shared understanding of security. They both reflect a conceptualization of security that is not limited to the level of the state, but takes into account security threats and needs at societal and individual levels. This common basis provides opportunities for synergies between SSR and mine action. However, empirical evidence demonstrates that the strong conceptual basis is not fully reflected in concrete activities, and the linkages remain limited and underexplored. Despite this gap, there are positive examples showing the potential for synergies between SSR and mine action. Ultimately, this paper maintains that the concept of human security provides a comprehensive framework which can bridge the differences and open broader opportunities for cooperation, which in turn will increase the impact of interventions in SSR and mine action.Land minesDetectionSecurity, Internationalsecurity sector reformgood governancemine actiondemininghuman securityLand minesDetection.Security, International.363.3498Hofmann Ursign863673Maspoli GianlucaauthMassleberg ÅsaauthRapillard PascalauthWaSeSSWaSeSSBOOK9910289342703321Linking mine action and SSR through human security1927736UNINA