Sujit Choudhry, the center of constitutional transitions director, and his team took part in editing the security sector reform from the Canadian government. Their edited version covered a wide range of context from the several case studies performed globally to offer advanced solutions to Canada’s security sector. More information at Crunchbase
What the Security Sector Reform in Constitutional Transitions does is to advise the newly created democracies on some of the best ways to reform the security sector agencies. This is per the bigger constitution reform globally.
Worldwide, this is the topic that is unfolding, the security sector reform. Every country is eager to know the best ways to transform its militias, intelligent agencies, tribal forces, the military, and the police. Their goal is to ensure these security bodies become accountable and democratically controlled in the future.
According to Choudhry and his team, the SSR in constitutional transitions comes in three different forms; one discusses police states and military dictatorships. The other talks about some of the challenges, including raptures and conflicts, that develop after reforming these security bodies.
Sujit Choudhry Biography
He is a world-renown constitutional advisor on comparative laws. His research covers a vast number of issues that arise daily in politics and constitutional laws. He also designs a constitutional tool that manages the change to peaceful and democratic politics away from the dirty politics full of conflicts. One of his greatest achievements was participating in the writing of the Canadian constitution. He also has several edited collections on his name, including The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution, Integration or Accommodation, etc.
Sujit is also the founding director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, as earlier stated above. He holds three jobs; at the international IDEA, he is the constitutional advisor, the founding director at the Center for Constitutional Transitions. He is also the WZB Berlin Social Science Center’s guest researcher. He studied law at Toronto, Oxford, and Harvard universities. Learn more: https://www.queensu.ca/edg/members/researchers/sujit-choudhry