A wealth of practical tools and policy resources for countering corruption in the defence and security sectors.
DCAF’s International Security Sector Advisory Team - ISSAT - provides practical support to the international community in its efforts to improve security and justice, primarily in conflict-affected and fragile states.
DCAF’s Business and Security Division works with business, governments and communities to improve security, sustainable development and respect for human rights.
By providing a venue for informal consultation among Montreux Document participants, the Montreux Document Forum supports national implementation of the Montreux Document, bringing more states and international organisations to actively support it. The MDF promotes dialogue on lessons learned, go
The Security Human Rights Hub developed jointly by ICRC and DCAF is a one-stop shop supporting companies, government and CSOs to implement better security and human rights practices.
The Private Security Governance Observatory is a network of African civil society organizations (CSOs) that seeks to share knowledge and reinforce their organizational capacity to promote good governance of the private sector.
DCAF has worked extensively on security governance issues with a wide range of Ukrainian stakeholders since 2001.
ICOAF gathers representatives of ombuds institutions for the armed forces from around the world, which exist in a variety of different names and models. To date, representatives of ombuds institutions of over 50 states have participated in the ICOAF initiative.
Marsad (meaning observatory in Arabic) is an online platform that monitors the Libyan Security Sector. It provides search tools in order to allow stakeholders to easily access information. Marsad monitors media reporting, research, analysis and events related to the security sector in Libya.