Since 2006, the IPF-SSG in Southeast Asia has held workshops across the region on a wide range of topics related to enhancing the role of Southeast Asian parliaments in security sector governance. More detailed information on each workshop, such as a short workshop summary, the workshop programme, list of participants, workshop presentations and the workshop report, can be found under each event. Case studies and special issues published in the realm of IPF-SSG workshops can be found under the publications.
Topic: Towards an ASEAN Political-Security Community: What Role for parliaments?
Start: 19 Jun 2010
End: 20 Jun 2010
This workshop focused on the regional dimension of security sector governance. It explored the progress made towards the creation of the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC), the relevance of the APSC for security sector...Read More
Topic: Reforming the Police in Southeast Asia: What Role for Parliaments?
Start: 13 Nov 2009
End: 14 Nov 2009
Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines
Building on the 6th IPF-SSG workshop, which addressed issues of police governance in Southeast Asia, this workshop explored opportunities and constraints of police reform and the potential role of parliaments in this context....Read More
Topic: Police Governance in Southeast Asia: What Role for Parliaments?
Start: 29 May 2009
End: 30 May 2009
This workshop addresses the issue of police governance in Southeast Asia. For the purposes of this workshop, the term “police governance” referred to the direction, control and oversight of the policy (including c...Read More
Topic: Defence Procurement in Southeast Asia: Parliamentary Perspectives
Start: 12 Oct 2008
End: 13 Oct 2008
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The topic of this workshop was the role of parliaments in defence procurement. Defence procurement is the process by which national defence authorities acquire the equipment and services necessary to fulfill their mission. Pa...Read More
Topic: International Standards, Local Practice and the Role of Parliament
Start: 10 Oct 2008
End: 10 Oct 2008
Phnom Penh, Cambodia