Inter-parliamentary Forum on Security Sector Governance
in Southeast Asia (IPF-SSG-SEA)

 
 

 

ABOUT

 

The Inter-Parliamentary Forum on Security Sector Governance (IPF-SSG) in Southeast Asia aims to promote ongoing dialogue between Southeast Asian parliamentarians, with the intention of increasing civilian oversight, public accountability and national parliamentary involvement in security sector governance. The Forum features dialogue, publications and workshops which elaborate on systemic and current affairs issues related to parliamentary oversight of the security sector in Southeast Asia. Participants include: members of parliament; parliamentary staffers; government and security sector officials; academic experts and civil society representatives from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand; as well as representatives of the ASEAN Secretariat and international experts. Supported by the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control (DCAF) and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung’s Bangkok-based Office, the Forum is led by a Steering Committee consisting of the chair, secretary and members of parliament of the each of the aforementioned countries.

Factsheet

 

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