The series provided the opportunity for regular meetings amongst the security and justice community of practice, helping to build stronger connections, relationships and shared knowledge, in turn supporting better programming. The seminars served to promote knowledge and information sharing relevant to security and justice policy, programming and research. They also aimed to bring together those working on issues of policing, justice, rule of law and military security; as well as those from practitioner, policy and research backgrounds. Attendees included representatives from government agencies, implementing partners, individual consultants, NGOs, research institutes and universities.
The series has been continued into 2015 – 2016 (for information on these events, please visit the series page).