Deployee Guide Series

Deployee Guides are to be read in the policy and resource context of HMG’s: Building Stability Overseas Strategy; Conflict Pool; Conflict, Stability and Security Fund;  UK Approach to Stabilisation, and UK Principles of Stabilisation;  and other relevant guidance from HMG Departments. They are aimed primarily at the SU’s own practitioners and consultants, and those of other HMG Departments. They are not a formal statement of HMG policy.

Deployee Guide: Working in a Military Headquarters

This Deployee Guide has been written for civilian staff being deployed by or through the SU to work in a multinational military headquarters, either as part of a training exercise or in support of a military operation. It is intended to provide practical advice on how best to prepare for such a deployment, and how to function comfortably and effectively within that unique and often complex environment.

Deployee Guide: Working in a mission for the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

This Deployee Guide to Working in a Mission for the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) aims to to provide SU deployees at all levels with relevant background information on the OSCE and relevant aspects of deploying to and working in an OSCE mission . This includes information on how to prepare for deployment, background and structure of OSCE and other useful resources. The guide is intended to provide practical advice on how best to prepare for such a deployment, and how to function comfortably and effectively.

Deployee Guide: Working in European Union Common Security and Defence Policy (EU CSDP)

This Deployee Guide to the European Union (EU) and its Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) has been written for first time staff and consultants being deployed by the SU to work in civilian CSDP missions.  Annexes contain information on UK and international staffing in civilian CSDP missions provide additional key resources.

Deployee Guide: Working in United Nations Missions

This paper has been written for first time staff and consultants being deployed by the SU to work in UN missions. It is intended to provide practical advice on how best to prepare for such a deployment - how to function comfortably and maximize the effectiveness and contribution of staff within an often complex and unique environment. It covers a wide variety of issues including the structure and organization of the UN system, mission organisation, tasks and personnel issues - while providing a coherent introduction to working on integrated political missions, including in Country Team offices and UN agencies such as UNDP.

Deployee Guide: Working on a Military Exercise

A military exercise trains a headquarters (HQ) in how it plans and executes its operational intent. As part of this process the HQ will be augmented by a series of civilian advisers and subject matter experts.The purpose of this guide is to provide core Civil Servants and Deployable Civilian Experts who work in support of a military exercise with a primer on what they are likely to encounter. It aims to use ‘civilian’ words to describe the experience.  It should be read in conjunction with the Stabilisation Unit publication Deployee Guide to working in a Multinational Military HQ.

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