Selection procedures and incentives for government provided personnel (GPP) in the rule of law: an overview of the civilian capacities network
Vermeij, Lotte and Troost, Paul and Sazak, Onur (2013) Selection procedures and incentives for government provided personnel (GPP) in the rule of law: an overview of the civilian capacities network. Research Report. NUPI (Norwegian Institute of International Relations).
The deployment of Government Provided Personnel (GPP) in the area of Rule of Law still faces various challenges. This policy brief analyzes these challenges through the prism of capacity providers in the BRICS and other emerging countries around the globe. Discussions were held with government representatives of the Civilian Capacity Network partner countries (Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Norway, South Africa, Russia and Turkey), representing key actors that are increasingly influential in a transforming global order, to analyze the state of affairs regarding GPP in the field of the Rule of Law. Based on the comparative study undertaken in the Network countries, this policy brief explores the current issues, challenges and developments pertaining to these capacity providers and compares their internal procedures for identification, vetting and selection of GPP. It also reviews the provision of special incentives for governments and individual personnel for deploying expertise to host countries experiencing post-crisis and conflict situations. The opportunities for promoting these cooperative processes constitute an integral part of this analysis. The policy brief concludes with recommendations as to viable modalities for deployment, and their implementation.
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