Podcast: Interoperability Among Agencies and Local Population during Multilateral Peacekeeping Operations

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Presented: October 5, 2020 12:00 pm
Presented by: Robert A. Rubinstein, Ph.D., MsPH, Steve Redifer

Part 1

Integrated missions require people from diverse backgrounds to work together and to work with local populations with whom they may be unfamiliar, and these cultural differences can present challenges or opportunities. Focusing on multilateral peacekeeping missions, this podcast extends a model of how culture affects interoperability among members of an integrated mission – horizontal interoperability – to the understanding of how culture affects an integrated mission’s work with local populations – vertical interoperability. The podcast identifies seven principles of action which allow integrated missions to take account of culture in engaging local populations.

Link to Podcast here: https://youtu.be/rgRiRmp8ImA

Part 2

Integrated missions require people from diverse backgrounds to work together and to work with local populations with whom they may be unfamiliar, and these cultural differences can present challenges or opportunities. Focusing on multilateral peacekeeping missions, this podcast extends a model of how culture affects interoperability among members of an integrated mission – horizontal interoperability – to the understanding of how culture affects an integrated mission’s work with local populations – vertical interoperability. The podcast identifies seven principles of action which allow integrated missions to take account of culture in engaging local populations.

Link to Podcast here: https://youtu.be/65KEWylvBvI

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