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    • Women, Peace and Security

    Human Resources Report 2019

    This is the annual Human Resources Report of the European External Action Service (EEAS) for the year 2019. It provides an overview of the main administrative and policy developments as regards human resources as well as detailed statistics on the EEAS staff distribution by different categories.
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    Statutes of the CoE as an Association under Germany's Private Law

    There are the statues of the European Centre of Excellence for Civilian Crisis Management, established in the founding assembly of the association on 25 February 2020 in Berlin and amended by the Director on 22 May 2020.
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    • Civilian CSDP Compact

    2019 Council Conclusions on the 2018 Civilian CSDP Compact

    In this document, Member States reaffirm, one year after the adoption of the 2018 civilian CSDP Compact, their commitment to the Compact and take stock of progress made with regards to its implementation.
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    Towards a More Capable European Union Civilian CSDP

    This policy brief by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) outlines challenges facing civilian CSDP missions and recommends ways forward for the European External Action Service (EEAS) and Member States that would help address these issues.
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    The First Year of the Compact - How the Review Process Can Make Civilian CSDP More Capable

    This policy brief by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) details the benefits of the 2018 civilian CSDP Compact's review process: it highlights that political will is indispensable and formulates recommendations on how to design the review process.
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    • Civilian CSDP Missions

    Concept of the Use of "Specialised Teams" in Civilian CSDP Missions

    The 2018 Civilian CSDP Compact establishes Specialised Teams as an additional tool to reinforce Civilian CSDP Missions and enable them to adapt to new challenges. This concept indicates their use and details how Specialised Teams are set up from initiation and composition to administration and costs.
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    EU Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) 2019-2024

    This document is a working document of the EEAS for the 2019-2024 Action plan on Women, Peace and Security (WPS). It intends to turn into actions the council conclusions on the WPS Agenda.
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    EUCTG Strategic Guidance on CSDP Civilian Training

    This note clarifies priorities for the training of professionals directly involved in the CSDP whether in national capitals, missions, operations, or in Brussels.
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    The Compact Roadmap: Towards a New Level of Professionalization in Civilian CSDP

    This policy brief by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) argues that for the political momentum behind the 2018 civilian CSDP Compact not to be lost, tangible results must be produced early on. The brief outlines key milestones that Member States and the EU should achieve until fall 2019 and until summer 2023 respectively.
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    • Women, Peace and Security

    MSB Gender Equality Toolkit: Practical Advice for International Operations

    The toolkit gathers a large amount of tools, checklists and inspiration on how to ensure the integration of gender equality considerations into the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency's (MSB) international operations. It was initially published in 2009 in the form of a "Gender Equality Handbook" meant to support MSB staff in efforts to mainstream gender equality into international operations. The 2019 revision transformed the handbook into a toolkit. While it is still addressed to MSB staff, it offers a wealth of advice for all experts working in civilian CSDP missions as well as in UN or OSCE peace support operations.
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