The Demobilization Process (Part II) The Demobilization Process from the providers perspective
Organizing for the poor Pt.3 Williams: Over the last several years the left has been suffering from demoralization and demobilization
:MaximsNewsGLOBAL: DR CONGO SAMUEL BISENGIMANA SURRENDERS to UN MISSION MaximsNewsGLOBAL: 18 February 2011 -- UN -- MONUSCO: Democratic Republic of the Congo, DRC - UNTV: United Nations, New York -Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Bisengimana, a senior commander with the Democratic Liberation Forces of Rwanda (FDLR), turned himself in to the UN Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) (MONUSCO) on Wednesday (16 Feb) and will be transferred to a camp for demobilized soldiers in Rwanda today (17 Feb). In an interview during his repatriation to Rwanda, he said he condemned any FDLR soldiers who commit rape. He added that he is "personally convinced" by the UN demobilisation and disarmament programme. After more than a year of negotiations, MONUSCO's Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration, Repatriation and Repatriation (DDRRR) programme extracted the FDLR leader, also known Sam-Kunda Mutima, from Ntoto territory in Walikale, eastern DRC. According to MONUSCO, Bisengimana was responsible for mobilizing civilian support for the FDLR and also facilitated recruitment. Before joining the FDLR, Bisengimana was a member of the former Rwandan Armed Forces responsible of the genocide against Tutsis in 1994. His defection follows the extraction from three other members of the FDLR last month. Last year, 1881 FDLR members, including 64 officers, opted for voluntary surrender and disarmament under the MONUSCO demobilization programme. MONUSCO's DDRRR expert Walimba Mass added that since 2009, the programme had "already repatriated 4054 ex-combatants ...
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Oregon National Guard's 41 IBCT Demobilization Video 41 IBCT Demobilization B-roll of the demobilization ceremony for 41st Special Troops Battalion and 141st Brigade Support Battalion, both part of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Oregon Army National Guard, as they return home from their deployment to Iraq. Scenes include footage of the crowd, troops and speech by the governor of Oregon during the official ceremony, and Soldiers shaking hands with the governor and receiving coins from their commanding officer. Produced by Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Hartman. Also see "Oregon Gov. Kulongoski and Spc. Oslund" in the Interviews section. Also available in high definition. Provided by Oregon National Guard Public Affairs Office. Rating 0/10 Views 0 Duration 03:22
Situation in Darfur : UNAMID report United Nations, New York, 23 November 2009 - Out on the racks is the Secretary-General's latest report on the African Union - United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur, (UNAMID), released today. The report, which covers the period between July and October this year, details progress on the implementation of UNAMID's mandate as well as efforts on the political process and progress on the security and humanitarian situation. In the report, the Secretary-General notes that though UNAMID continues to focus on its critical tasks of civilian protection and facilitation of humanitarian delivery, the mission's work has been hampered by a number of serious challenges. These include increased threats to international staff in Darfur, ongoing military activities between Chad and Sudan and within Darfur, and the absence of a comprehensive negotiated settlement to the Darfur crisis. UNAMID personnel continue to be the target of criminal activity and banditry, including harassment and violent attacks, according to the report. One extremely alarming development is the kidnapping of international staff serving in Darfur, including two UNAMID staff members who were kidnapped on 29 August and are still being held by their captors. The report further notes that the political process for Darfur has reached a critical juncture. The Secretary-General urges all parties to the Darfur conflict to use the current opportunity offering by the Doha Talks to re-engage with the peace process in good ...
Demobilzation Abroad D-mod LYRICS I'm doing demobilization abroad and it's fun I'll show you The president was Warren G. Harding till he died in 1923. it was hard for disarmament cuz of possible threats from Britain and Japan so what he did was this and I tell you right now come on just listen. There was this ratio 5:5:3 between Japan Britain and us you see. It was a ratio of our ships It's called the disarmament conference Now this was cool. it wants equality. oh yes it did yes it did. oo now i got some news for you why don't you go run and tell your little boyfriends I'm doing demobilzation abroad and it's fun I'll show you The next things were three treaties between different countries and they were naval inquiries First was the five power treaty. we added France and Italy to 5:5:3: In 1922, this treaty was was enacted with more to pursue. Now I know this treaty would grow into many different other things The Alliance, Anglo-Japanese Was replaced by the Four Power Treaty I know that you'll will just be so cool cuz you know history yes history. ooooo I've got some new for you now why don't you go run and tell your classmates I'm doing demobilization abroad and It's fun I'll show you we only have two more things that I'll generally cover now let's all say "yaa--hooo" Theres the nine power treaty of 1922. hey now that's something It kept America's doors open to China. and Harding said "yaa-hooo" oh treaty treaty treaties why you wanna wanna be so much I'm writing these lyrics and I hope that it's ...
Demobilization Process More than a thousand Wisconsin soliders are back from their tour in Iraq. But before they can relax at home with their families, they must go through a demobilization process at Fort McCoy.
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Christopher Hitchens (1/6) on India, Pakistan, Intelligent Design, Creationsim (1996) April 5, 1996 Watch the full program: Since the Partition of India in August 1947, which resulted in the creation of the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, there have been three major wars, one minor war and numerous armed skirmishes between the two countries. In each case, except the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, where the dispute concerned East Pakistan, the casus belli was the disputed region of Kashmir. The Partition of India came about in the aftermath of World War II, when both Britain and British India were dealing with the economic stresses caused by the war and its demobilization. It was the intention of those who wished for a Muslim state to come from British India to have a clean partition between independent and equal "Pakistan" and "Hindustan" once independence came. The partition itself, according to leading politicians such as Mohammed Ali Jinnah, leader of the All India Muslim League, and Jawaharlal Nehru, leader of the Indian National Congress, should have resulted in peaceful relations. However, the partition of British India into India and Pakistan in 1947 did not divide the nations cleanly along religious lines. Nearly 50 percent of the Muslim population of British India remained in India. Inter-communal violence between Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims resulted in between 500000 to 1 million casualties. Princely-ruled territories, such as Kashmir and Hyderabad, were also involved in Partition ...
Awkward Conversations - Trailer In this excerpt from Awkward Conversations on the Contested Community, professor Harry Mika from Central Michigan University answers a question from audience member Dr. Evelyn Zellerer. Awkward Conversations on the Contested Community - In this presentation professor Harry Mika from Central Michigan University considers some strains of the theoretical 'debate' on community in restorative justice circles, but argues for embedding the discussion at the coal face of societal conflict transformation. Case studies include violence intervention and demobilization / transformation work in Northern Ireland, South Africa, Colombia, Rwanda and Canada. An empirical grounding reveals that debates about justice lay bare fundamental assumptions and aspirations about community. (55 min. DVD available at www.heartspeakproductions.ca) From the David and Cecilia Occasional Ting Forum on Justice Policy sponsored by the Center for Restorative Justice, Simon Fraser University
The Home Lines The song "The Home Lines", was written and performed by the local Oregon band, Almost Friday--a band comprised of members of the Oregon Army National Guard. The song was written for, and dedicated to all military spouses. The music video illustrates the story of the fight and daily struggles which military spouses endure while their loved ones are away from home. As the song claims, military spouses are "the true American Hero on the Home Lines." Thank you to all military family members and spouses for your service and sacrifice. For more information on Almost Friday, visit: . For more information on the Oregon National Guard, visit: .
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MaximsNewsNetwork: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC @ UN: BAN KI-MOON MaximsNewsNetwork: 03 August 2009 - UNTV: United Nations: Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ambroisine Kpongo meets with Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at headquarters. Fighting in the Central African Republic in the last year has displaced more than 125000 people. The Deputy Minister of Foreign affairs of the Central African Republic (CAR), Ambroisine Kpongo, met today (3 August) with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the United Nations to deliver a message from President Bozizé of the CAR. At the meeting they discussed the status of the peace and national reconciliation processes in the CAR, particularly the preparations for presidential and legislative elections in 2010 and the implementation of the programme for the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) of former combatants in the country. The situation in the CAR remains highly volatile after recent attacks by armed rebels and bandits against civilians. The arrival of the annual rainy season is also hampering humanitarian efforts as it renders most roads impassable and delays the arrival of aid to those in need. Despite a general improvement in some areas, hostilities in 2009 have uprooted more than 125000 people and have slowed down the momentum of return of previous internally displaced people (IDPs). MaximsNewsNetwork: News Network for the United Nations and the International Community. See: . "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY"
Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration The documentary brought the audience to Camp Abubakar after almost a decade from the devastation of the all-out war in Mindanao which was launched in this municipality considered as the heart of the Moro Islamic Liberation Fronts movement.
Poli165 This is my reactionary peice for Politics 165. I wrote the poem and pieced this video from class. I am Columbian Columbian with Muisca blood running through my veins Veins that bleeds My Mestizo blood Leaving our Tierra Caliente and Draining into our might rivers Magdalena and Cauca Leaving them red Red like the scars that never heal Burning with every palabra form this wicked tongue Like a whip that reminds us it's our oppressors language 1808 marks our independencia del opresor But I ask what independence? Guerrillas continue to fight While you watch las gorlias actuando como animales The paramilitary fires Creating deafening sounds And state security leaves me Sintiendo vulnerable Seven civil war and we are independent? Hermanso killing hermanos Countries calling us Contemptible little creatures, Calling us jack rabbits Labeling us foolish and homicidal corruptionist But who is at fault The elite that takes our land Leaving us jobless The country that buys our contraband Snorting coke and firearms The government that intervenes Creating a war on drugs and terrorism Pushing us towards La sicaria Like Giatan said I am not a man I am a people The people that dug for your gold Hasta que te artaste Planted tobacco until your lungs Estaban negras Grew coffee until you were Sobre cafinado Grew coca until you could Snort no more And you have the audacity to blame us After you have desensitized us to La Violencia My hips don't lie when I say My fellow latin Americans and I Wear ...
unfold-retract-extend A civil war has ravaged Colombia for 30 years now. 3 million people have been displaced and are beset by violence and poverty. What if thousands of paramilitaries handed in their weapons and brought peace to the country? What would they all go back to? As naïve as that may sound, a nation-wide demobilization probably won't happen anytime soon. But, what can Colombia do in the meantime to prepare for this mass demobilization and more so, to help those currently being internally displaced because of the war? Colombia must self-sustain. If it promoted a local bamboo growing industry and employed its people to harvest, produce, and manufacture prefabricated housing components for its people, it would be one step closer against a dependency on foreign aid and closer towards a healthy internal economic growth. 'Unfold-retract-extend is an emergency transitional shelter that can help aid in restructuring civil war-ridden communities like Barranquilla, Colombia. These pieces are kind of like a fold beach chair. The aluminum frame and bamboo panel infill components can be compactly stacked and transported on the back of a truck. Once on site, they are unfolded, retracted, and erected as walls, floors, and roof pieces and serve as the framework beginnings to a unique shelter. Each component frame allows the user the freedom to adjust heights and lengths for their home, and prepare expansions for the future. Afterwards, users can stucco and treat walls as they wish for permanent use ...
MaximsNewsNetwork: SOUTH SUDAN DDR The demobilization of Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) combatants in southern Sudan under the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) program kicks off today in the regional capital of Juba. UNMIS
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Remote Military Demobilization System- Stereo Vision Tracking Demo Remote Military Demobilization System- Stereo Vision Tracking Demo 00:43 - 5 years ago Remote Military Demobilization System with Stereo Vision & Mobile Droid Polytechnic University Department of Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project Spring 2005. • Designed and constructed stereo-vision system to track "enemy" object in real-time • Programmed vision system with fuzzy-logic and feedback control for rapid response • Interfaced electromechanical hardware, microcontrollers, and PC GUI for centralized system operation Special thanks to Polytechnic University and the Mechatronics Lab. Group Members: Mishah U, Salman Joseph Wagh Diana Flesche Shira Silverberg Special Thanks:: PolyBOTS Wilmer Rengifo Anshuman Panda Nathan Lee Hong Wong Dr. Vikram Kapila
Logistical Difficulties of the Iraq Withdrawal Bryan Bender of the Boston Globe discusses the details about military demobilization from Iraq. Watch more at .
162 Engineers Demobilization.flv B-roll of the 162 Engineers Demobilization ceremony. Scenes include Soldiers in formation, marching into a tent, crowd shots, shots of firemen putting up a United States flag and Soldiers reuniting with their families. Also available in high definition
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162 Engineers Demobilization Ceremony (Part II).flv B-roll of the 162 Engineers Demobilization ceremony. Scenes include Soldiers in formation, marching into a tent, crowd shots, shots of firemen putting up a United States flag, shots of Soldiers talking to a wounded service member via Skype and Soldiers reuniting with their families.
Buying Time for Peace This is the 1m 30 trailer of the documentary "Buying Time for Peace" (36 minutes), which takes you on a journey into the heart of the Great Lakes region to show you the unique role of an international partnership that is trying to break the conflict cycle and create the conditions for peace in central Africa. Through the film you will meet and hear from adult ex-combatants and children formerly associated with armed forces as they try to reclaim their lives after conflict. They are participating in the largest program of its kind in the world: the Multi-Country Demobilization and Reintegration Program (MDRP), a multi-agency effort that supports the demobilization and reintegration of ex-combatants in Angola, Burundi, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda. The film was directed by Phili Carr and produced by Bruno Donat
MaximsNewsNetwork: SUDAN: SPLA PROMISES TO DEMOBILIZE ALL CHILD SOLDIERS (UNMIS) MaximsNewsNetwork: 31 August 2010 - UNMIS - Sudan - The Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) has promised to demobilise all child soldiers by the end of the year; The Chairperson of the Southern Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Commission (SSDDRC) William Deng, said that the SPLA will be free of child soldiers by the end of this year. As part of the agreement, the SPLA agreed to release all children in their ranks by November this year and end the use of children soldiers. With three months until the deadline, an estimated 900 children are still believed to be associated with the SPLA. An official from the Child DDR, Oluku Andrew Holt acknowledged that before the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, between 2001 and 2004, there were a huge number of child soldiers within the army. Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) Chief of staff James Hoth said the force does not need to recruit child soldiers because the country is not at war. The SPLA, the south's former rebel movement, had already agreed with the UN to demobilise child soldiers across southern Sudan. The south fought against the northern Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), for nearly 21 years. It is estimated that nearly two million people were killed in the conflict and over four million forced to leave their homes. In 2005, the two sides signed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). SOUNDBITE (English) William Deng, Chairperson of the Southern Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization and ...
IOM Colombia DDR ENG The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has supported the design and implementation of some of the biggest Disarmement, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) processes around the world.
41 IBCT demoblization ceremony at Forest Grove High School.flv B-roll of Soldiers of 2nd Battalion, 218th Field Artillery [2-218 FA] reuniting with family in Forest Grove, Ore., during their demobilization ceremony. Produced by Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Hartman. Also available in high definition.
Oregon National Guard Col. Dan Hokanson.flv Oregon Army National Guard Col. Dan Hokanson talks to a military reporter in Eugene, Ore., during a demobilization ceremony for members of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team's [41 IBCT] about how the Brigade performed exceptionally, exceeded his expectations, and how he feels about returning. Produced by Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Hartman. Also available in high definition.
Serbian War A short film showing some parts of the war in Yugoslavia.
DDR: Principles of Intervention and Management in Peacekeeping Operations The aim of the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) process is to contribute to security and stability in post-conflict situations so that recovery and development can begin. The DDR of ex-combatants is a complex process, with political, military, security, humanitarian and socioeconomic dimensions. It aims to deal with the post-conflict security problem that results from ex-combatants being left without livelihoods or support networks---other than their former comrades---during the critical transition period from conflict to peace and development. This course will help UN and national decision makers, as well as UN, national and NGO practitioners, to understand the aims, objectives and practical issues related to a DDR process. It will present different policies and strategies for the development, management and evaluation of a DDR programme based on the International DDR Standards (IDDRS), which consolidate over 15 years of UN lessons and good practises on DDR issues.
Remote Military Demobilization System- Object Interception Remote Military Demobilization System- Object Interception 00:38 - 5 years ago Remote Military Demobilization System with Stereo Vision & Mobile Droid Polytechnic University Department of Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project Spring 2005. • Designed and constructed stereo-vision system to track "enemy" object in real-time • Programmed vision system with fuzzy-logic and feedback control for rapid response • Interfaced electromechanical hardware, microcontrollers, and PC GUI for centralized system operation Special thanks to Polytechnic University and the Mechatronics Lab. Group Members: Mishah U, Salman Joseph Wagh Diana Flesche Shira Silverberg Special Thanks:: PolyBOTS Wilmer Rengifo Anshuman Panda Nathan Lee Hong Wong Dr. Vikram Kapila
DVIDS 41 IBCT Forest Grove DEMOB2.flv B-roll package of interviews with the Oregon National Guard Adjutant General, Raymond F. Rees, and Cpt. Pete Helzer, 2-218 Field Artillery [2-218 FA], and his wife, about demobilizing as a member of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team [41 IBCT]. Produced by Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Hartman. Also available in high definition.
Oregon National Guard troops are home KDRV.flv Video by Steven Sandberg & Tove Tupper April 24, 2010 MEDFORD, Ore., -- Thousands of familiy and friends greeted the 1st Battalion of the 186th Infantry as they arrived home to the Rogue Valley. After arriving and meeting family at the Medford Armory, the returning soldiers marched down Stewart Ave. toward South Medford High School, where a demobilization ceremony was held at Spiegelberg Stadium.