Askar Security Services
Headquarters in Uganda
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
In relation to reported negative human rights impacts by PMSCs, some continue to occur in areas of conflict or weak governance such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, but we have seen a rising of reports alleging abuses in other regions, especially in...
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Global Policy Forum report on UN use of private military & security companies allegedly involved in human rights abuses
Global Policy Forum reports on UN use of private military & security companies allegedly involved in human rights abuses; responses by Askar Security, Delta Protection & G4S.
Askar Security Services response to Global Policy Forum report on UN use of private military & security companies
Author: Askar Security Services
UN peace keeping mission in DRC(MONUSCO) hired Askar Security based on Askar Security's competency and the fact that we met their procurement requirements.With increasing global terror risk,UN was looking out for a competent and experienced global...
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Author: Albert Mugumya in Daily Monitor [Uganda]
Private security firms in Uganda such as Askar Security, Water Tight Services; Triple Canopy; EOD Technologies and Dreshak have been sub-contracted by American firms also known as "corporate warriors" to recruit Ugandans for both combat and non-combat...
Author: Felix Osike, New Vision [Uganda]
New details have emerged on how Ugandan guards in Iraq are being fleeced and exploited by recruiting agencies…Dr. David Ogaram, the Commissioner for Labour, Employment and Industrial Relations, wrote…to...12 recruiting agencies [saying:]…“You are...