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ECHO civmil

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Csaba Gyimesi

on 24 February 2015

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Transcript of ECHO civmil

ECHO civil-military relations
ECHO progress since
Networking: reference point for Commission and EUMS, CMPD, CPCC, Directorate K
Working groups participation
Information sharing
Exercises: CME11, ML12, ML14; Triplex; Viking; CMX
Planning: EUFOR Libya, EUFOR CAR, Ukraine

Examples
2006 arrangements: Pakistan, Libya,
Haiyan, Ebola
Humanitarian Flights in DRC
Central African Republic
Mali: EUTM Mali, Improvised Explosive Devices
Escort - eg. Somalia
Hearts and minds in Afghanistan
Haiti: OSOCC on Sri Lankan Battalion site
Next steps - why this note now

World Humanitarian Summit
Geographical desks
DEVCO/JRC/MOVE/ENTR
Exercises
Field

Outcome of previous ECHO-CAB meetings
Agenda
Levels of civil-military relations
Politics
Policy/strategy
Planning
Operation Headquarters
Force Headquarters
Field
Not just military
Comprehensive
approach

UN integration

Humanitarian
Corridors
Battlegroups
IHL in CSDP
Protection of Civilians
EU Security Strategy
Planning documents
(CMC, CONOPS, OPLAN)
Background work with CMPD,
EUMS
Negotiations in the Council:
PMG, EUMC, PSC
France, UK, Germany, Italy, Greece
CPCC
Operations Centre
Brussels support cells
MCDA Consultative Group
EUFOR Libya
EUTM Mali
ECOWAS
African Union
UNDPKO
Commander EUTM Somalia
Commander EUTM Mali
Meeting Gen Lion in Bangui
Mapping
presence of i
nternational military
Protection of Civilians
mandate
/ support to humanitarian aid
perception
of military by the population
coordinating
mechanisms
military in areas that are
not accessible to humanitarians
CIMIC,
QIPs
, “winning hearts and minds”
history of military
engagement in humanitarian
activities
use of
escorts
: SOPs, compliance, etc.
military using humanitarian
assets
(e.g. boarding UNHAS/ECHO flights)
violations
of international humanitarian law or human rights by military
EU Movement and Planning Cell
Case Study:
Somalia
1. SECURITY ACTORS ON THE GROUND

2. FRAMEWORK OF CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS

3. LOCAL PERCEPTION OF SECURITY ACTORS

4. LOCAL PERCEPTION OF HUMANITARIAN ACTORS


Outcome of previous ECHO-CAB meetings
ECHO progress since
Examples: EUFOR CAR operation, Typhoon Haiyan, Ebola
Next steps
Example: Somalia mapping
UN
HC
AU
AMISOM
DG
ECHO
DG
DEVCO
CFSP
CSDP
UNSOM
SRSG
DSRSG
(RC+HC)
WFP
UNICEF
NGOs
International players
EU
EUTM
Somalia
HUMANITARIAN
COMMUNITY
UNITED
NATIONS
AFRICAN
UNION
EUROPEAN
UNION
EUNAVFOR
Atalanta
EUCAP
Nestor
FPI
ICRC
ECHO
antenna
Uganda
Burundi
Djibouti
Kenya
Sierra Leone
Nigeria
CMPD
EUMS
CPCC
PSC
EUMC
PMG
OpsCen
Police stipends
Inter-clan reconciliation
Livelihoods
Security Sector
Good governance
Civilian oversight
OCHA
CMCoord
DRC
MSF
Turkish
Red Crescent
Delegation?
EU Mission
Special Envoy
Michele Cervone d'Urso
EUSR Horn
Rondos
Reinforce ties with EEAS
Networking
Information
Working groups
Planning
Exercises
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