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Anonymised survey military representatives

  • 1. Professional experience
  • 1.1. Please state the number of total years of professional experience you have in the Pakistan military:
  • 1.2. Your current rank is:

Mark only one.

  • • General
  • • Lieutenant General
  • • Major General
  • • Brigadier
  • • Colonel
  • • Lieutenant Colonel
  • • Major
  • • Captain
  • • Lieutenant
  • • 2nd Lieutenant
  • • Other:
    • 1.3. You would describe your work (previous work if retired) as:

Tick all that apply.

  • • Primarily at an operational level
  • • Primarily at a strategic level
  • • Primarily at an instructional level
  • • Other:
  • 1.4. What thematic areas are you working/worked on?
  • 1.5. You mainly operate(d) in:

Tick all that apply.

  • • Punjab
  • • Sindh
  • • Gilgit Baltistan
  • • Balochistan
  • • Azad Jammu and Kashmir
  • • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • • FATA
  • • Islamabad Capital Territory
  • • Other:
    • 1.6. Are you retired personnel?

Mark only one.

  • • Yes
  • • No
  • 1.7. In your work, you interact with:

Tick all that apply.

  • • Local government
  • • National government
  • • NGOs
  • • Police
  • • International agencies (e.g. United Nations, European Union, international foundations or NGOs)
  • • Political parties
  • • Mosque
  • • Church
  • • Other:
    • 2. Cooperation and partners
    • 2.1. How would you assess cooperation with following actors:

Very easy

Easy

Fairly Easy

Sometimes easy, sometimes difficult

Fairly difficult

Difficult

Very difficult

No interaction

Mosque

Civil population

Church

(Continued)

Very easy

Easy

Fairly Easy

Sometimes easy, sometimes difficult

Fairly difficult

Difficult

Very difficult

No interaction

International organisations (NATO, UN, EU)

NGOs

INGOs

Other military staff

Central government

Political parties

Local authorities

  • 2.2. (Optional) Please provide details:
  • 2.3. Who should participate in conflict resolution and peacebuilding in Pakistan?

Tick all that apply.

  • • State government
  • • Mosque
  • • NGOs
  • • INGOs
  • • International organisations (e.g. UN, EU, NATO)
  • • Civil society representatives
  • • Foreign governments
  • • Other:
    • 2.4. What do you think is (should be) Pakistan’s priority at the moment? Tick all that apply.
  • • Human security
  • • National security
  • • Both equally
  • • Other:
    • 2.5. (Optional) Please provide details or comments:
    • 3. The impact of civil society on stability
    • 3.1. Do you have the contact details of any civil society representatives who are available to you for queries related to the development of your project work in any of the areas below?

Tick all that apply.

  • • Information-exchange
  • • De-radicalisation/integration/conflict resolution or peace programme
  • • Decision-making
  • • Monitoring of the progress of security missions
  • • Implementation of policy in the security sector
  • • Assistance in strategy/policy development
  • • Other:
    • 3.2. (Optional) Please provide details:
    • 3.3. What is the impact of civil-society representatives on peace and security (please select one option)?
  • • Mainly positive
  • • Mainly negative
  • • Mixed
  • • Other:
    • 3.4. (Optional) Please provide details:
    • 3.5. You would describe your interaction with civil society representatives (please tick one option):
      • • Mainly collaborative (repeated interaction)
    • • Interaction with civil society is difficult
    • • Sometimes collaborative, sometimes less collaborative
    • • Other:
  • 3.6. Why? Please provide the details regarding your choice.
  • 3.7. Do you think that the activities conducted by the military and civil society (e.g. peace NGOs, research think tanks) for the advancement of peace and security in Pakistan are/could be complementary?

Mark only one.

  • • Yes
  • • No
  • • Other:
    • 3.8. Please explain your choice:
    • 3.9. What type of NGOs or other representatives of civil society you have been more successful to cooperate with:

Mark only one.

  • • Local
  • • International
  • • Both in equal measure
  • • Other:
    • 3.10. (Optional) Please explain why:
    • 3.11. In terms of policy field, with what kind of civil society representatives/ NGOs do you tend to cooperate more often with.

Tick all that apply.

  • • (Economic) development
  • • Peace education
  • • Human rights
  • • Democratisation
  • • Good governance
  • • Women rights
  • • Youth empowerment
  • • Research
  • • Rights of minorities
  • • Other:
    • 4. Peace strategy
    • 4.1. What approaches you think are the most appropriate in order to achieve sustainable peace:

Tick all that apply.

  • • Eliminate militants/insurgents
  • • Capture them
  • • ‘Out-govern’ them
  • • Integrate them
  • • Other:
    • 4.2. (Optional) Please explain the selected answer here.
    • 4.3. Would you like to make any final comments or remarks?

Note

1 For accuracy, the survey questions in this Annex are provided exactly how they were employed in the data collection process. For the full list of references, please see Chapter 4.

 
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