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  • Regional seminar on domestic violence for community policing practitioners in Minsk, Belarus

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    This regional seminar co-organised by the OSCE Secretariat Transnational Threats Department and Gender Section and UNFPA office in Minsk, aims to better understand, respond to and educate about the trend of domestic violence within the region with a specific focus on enhancing the response of non-traditional sector providers - actors involved in community policing.

  • Centre in Bishkek facilitated Barrier 2016 simulation exercise

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  • 2nd Inter-Regional Conference on Cyber/ICT Security: Regional Response to Global Challenges

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    Seoul, Korea
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    This Conference is organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea in close co-operation with the OSCE Secretariat's Transnational Threats Department with the objective to promote co-operation and global cyber stability between OSCE participating States and Asian Partners for Co-operation in the field of cyber/ICT security, built upon newly identified synergies between regional efforts.

  • OSCE border security and management national focal point network workshop

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    The workshop is organised upon the invitation of and in cooperation with the Portuguese Immigration and Borders Service. This activity supports requests from NFPs as well as agreements reached during the recent 2013 Annual NFP Network Meeting conducted in Kyiv, Ukraine, from 8 – 10 April 2013.

  • Launch Meeting of the Gender Equality Platform for Border Security and Management

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    The first activity of the project "Women Leadership and Empowerment Initiative for Border Security and Management Agencies," which aims at enhancing the capacities of the OSCE participating States border security and management agencies by developing sustainable mechanisms to promote gender mainstreaming on all levels in the border security and management services.