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In May 2019, CENSSAD signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Georgia Center of Strategic and Development (GCSD) to cooperate in good faith on topics to their mutual interest, partners for capacity building and sharing of knowledge. Georgian Center for Strategy and Development (GCSD) is a non-profit, non-partisan, non-governmental organization, which intends to support Georgia’s national security, to strengthen principles of effective and democratic governance of the country and to create conditions for Georgia’s sustainable development. Based on the goals of the center, its work involves research, monitoring, advocacy and implementation of educational projects.
In 2020, CENSSAD collaborated with the Geneva[s Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) on a project aimed at enhancing the oversight function of the committees on defense, security and judiciary of the Liberian Legislature. Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance is dedicated to improving the security of states and people within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law and respect for human rights. DCAF assists partner states, and international actors supporting these states, to improve the governance of their security sector through inclusive and participatory reforms based on international norms and good practices.
CENSSAD became a member of the African Platform for Anti corruption in 2010. The African Platform is part of the United Nations Convention against Coalition (UNCAC) global network of over 350 civil society organizations (CSOs) in over 100 countries, committed to promoting the ratification, implementation and monitoring of the UN Convention against Corruption. Established in August 2006, it mobilizes civil society action for UNCAC at international, regional and national levels.
The United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) was established by Security Council resolution 1509 (2003) of 19 September 2003 to support the implementation of the ceasefire agreement and the peace process; protect United Nations staff, facilities and civilians; support humanitarian and human rights activities; as well as assist in national security reform, including national police training and formation of a new, restructured military. UNMIL provided support to CENSSAD to implement projects related to peace and security for four years.
CENSSAD is a member of the Early Warning, Early Response Working Group in Liberia. The mission of the Early Warning and Early Response (EWER) Working Group is to foster collaboration among early warning actors in Liberia. The EWER Working Group strives to build synergies among member organizations working on issues of conflict, early warning, and prevention, while effectively supporting the work of peace committees in various communities. The EWER Working Group is comprised of civil society organizations, government agencies, UN agencies and other international partners working on issues of peace building and conflict prevention. The Liberia Peacebuilding Office coordinates the group as based in Monrovia, the capital.