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AVR : Between Disarmament
and Development
Klaus Ljørring Pedersen
Head of DDG
PRESENTATION ON PRESENTED BY
WHERE
WE ARE
AGENDA
The problem of
Armed Violence
1
The Armed
Violence Lens
2
DDG’s toolbox
approach
3
An integrated
Assistance
Framewo...
The problem of Armed
Violence
- complex issues requires integrated approaches
1
There will be no
development
without security
“
There will be no
development
without security
“
“And no security
without development
DISPLACEMENT
Armed Violence produces
51,200,000
people are displaced
mainly due to armed violence
526,000-750.000 people are
killed due to Armed Violence
every year
50%in fragile or
conflict areas
Small Arms and Light We...
Mines and
Explosive
Remnants of War
continue to kill
and maim
innocent people
47%
of casualties are
children
… Mines creat...
The Armed Violence Lens
- Focus on the affected people
2
People
Individuals, communities
and societies affected by armed violence
Instruments Agents
Institutions
The Armed Violenc...
People
Individuals, communities
and societies affected by armed violence
Instruments Agents
Institutions
Global
Regional
N...
Globallevel
RegionalLevel
NationalLevel
LocalLevel
CommunityLevel
DDG applies a multi-level approach while emphasizing
a b...
Recommendations #1
- Use the Armed Violence lens
- Understand the context – and ”Do No Harm”!
- Invest in Conflict Analysi...
DDG’s toolbox
– offer services that adresses the community needs
3
The DDG ”menu”
Mine Risk Education
Survey of suspected hazardous
areas (SHA)
Clearance and destruction
of mines and ERW
Mine Risk Education
Survey of suspected hazardous
areas (SHA)
Clearance and destruction
of mines and ERW
Survey
Mine Risk Education
Survey of suspected hazardous
areas (SHA)
Clearance and destruction
of mines and ERW
Marking
Mine Risk Education
Survey of suspected hazardous
areas (SHA)
Clearance and destruction
of mines and ERW
Mine Clearance
Mine Risk Education
Survey of suspected hazardous
areas (SHA)
Clearance and destruction
of mines and ERW
Explosive Ordnanc...
The DDG ”menu”
DDG Armed Violence Reduction
Firearms safety
education
Safe Storage
Physical Security
and Stockpile
Management (PSSM)
Firearms safety
education
Safe Storage
Physical Security
and Stockpile
Management (PSSM)
Firearms safety
education
Safe Storage
Physical Security
and Stockpile
Management (PSSM)
The DDG ”menu”
Community Police
Dialogue and
Cooperation
Support to police
outreach
The DDG ”menu”
Community Driven
Safety Planning
Support to National
Ministries
The DDG ”menu”
Conflict
Management
Education
Support to Conflict
Resolution
Conflict
Management
Education
Support to Conflict
Resolution
The DDG ”menu”
A toolbox – offering
a theory of change
Recommendations #2
- Apply a theory of Change
- Focus on Impact – not outputs
- Address the local needs - peace & stabilit...
An integrated Assistance
Framework
- How to synchronize a Multi sector and Multi level approach from
Emergency Response to...
An integrated Assistance
Framework
Recommendations #3
- Apply multisectoral approaches
- Promote synchronized action on armed
violence (not always ”heavy” co...
THANK YOU
www.danishdemininggroup.dk
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Klaus Ljørring Pedersen, Danish Demining Group (DDG)

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"Armed violence reduction: between disarmament and development"
Regional Review Conference on the Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development
Geneva, Switzerland | 8-9 July 2014

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Klaus Ljørring Pedersen, Danish Demining Group (DDG)

  1. 1. AVR : Between Disarmament and Development Klaus Ljørring Pedersen Head of DDG PRESENTATION ON PRESENTED BY
  2. 2. WHERE WE ARE
  3. 3. AGENDA The problem of Armed Violence 1 The Armed Violence Lens 2 DDG’s toolbox approach 3 An integrated Assistance Framework 4
  4. 4. The problem of Armed Violence - complex issues requires integrated approaches 1
  5. 5. There will be no development without security “
  6. 6. There will be no development without security “ “And no security without development
  7. 7. DISPLACEMENT Armed Violence produces 51,200,000 people are displaced mainly due to armed violence
  8. 8. 526,000-750.000 people are killed due to Armed Violence every year 50%in fragile or conflict areas Small Arms and Light Weapons are the main tools of violence – More than 690 million in illicit circulation today
  9. 9. Mines and Explosive Remnants of War continue to kill and maim innocent people 47% of casualties are children … Mines create fear and poses considerable obstacles to socio-economic development
  10. 10. The Armed Violence Lens - Focus on the affected people 2
  11. 11. People Individuals, communities and societies affected by armed violence Instruments Agents Institutions The Armed Violence Lens - It is all about the people!
  12. 12. People Individuals, communities and societies affected by armed violence Instruments Agents Institutions Global Regional National Local
  13. 13. Globallevel RegionalLevel NationalLevel LocalLevel CommunityLevel DDG applies a multi-level approach while emphasizing a bottom-up focus on the people, communities and societies impacted by armed violence...
  14. 14. Recommendations #1 - Use the Armed Violence lens - Understand the context – and ”Do No Harm”! - Invest in Conflict Analysis that informs action - Include local stakeholders in priority setting
  15. 15. DDG’s toolbox – offer services that adresses the community needs 3
  16. 16. The DDG ”menu”
  17. 17. Mine Risk Education Survey of suspected hazardous areas (SHA) Clearance and destruction of mines and ERW
  18. 18. Mine Risk Education Survey of suspected hazardous areas (SHA) Clearance and destruction of mines and ERW Survey
  19. 19. Mine Risk Education Survey of suspected hazardous areas (SHA) Clearance and destruction of mines and ERW Marking
  20. 20. Mine Risk Education Survey of suspected hazardous areas (SHA) Clearance and destruction of mines and ERW Mine Clearance
  21. 21. Mine Risk Education Survey of suspected hazardous areas (SHA) Clearance and destruction of mines and ERW Explosive Ordnance Disposal
  22. 22. The DDG ”menu”
  23. 23. DDG Armed Violence Reduction Firearms safety education Safe Storage Physical Security and Stockpile Management (PSSM)
  24. 24. Firearms safety education Safe Storage Physical Security and Stockpile Management (PSSM)
  25. 25. Firearms safety education Safe Storage Physical Security and Stockpile Management (PSSM)
  26. 26. The DDG ”menu”
  27. 27. Community Police Dialogue and Cooperation Support to police outreach
  28. 28. The DDG ”menu”
  29. 29. Community Driven Safety Planning Support to National Ministries
  30. 30. The DDG ”menu”
  31. 31. Conflict Management Education Support to Conflict Resolution
  32. 32. Conflict Management Education Support to Conflict Resolution
  33. 33. The DDG ”menu” A toolbox – offering a theory of change
  34. 34. Recommendations #2 - Apply a theory of Change - Focus on Impact – not outputs - Address the local needs - peace & stability grows from below (social contract)
  35. 35. An integrated Assistance Framework - How to synchronize a Multi sector and Multi level approach from Emergency Response to Durable Solutions 4
  36. 36. An integrated Assistance Framework
  37. 37. Recommendations #3 - Apply multisectoral approaches - Promote synchronized action on armed violence (not always ”heavy” coordination) - Join the Global Alliance on Armed Violence!
  38. 38. THANK YOU www.danishdemininggroup.dk

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