The launching of an OSCE project to support criminal justice systems in Eastern Europe in their fight against gender-based violence, developed by the Strategic Police Matters Unit of the OSCE Transnational Threats Department
Material from two one-day workshops to enhance the gender sensitivity of police in dealing with violence against women and domestic violence. It was organised by the Mission to Skopje, in co-operation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and UNDP. Please note that the training is for law enforcement only. Please write to us at the email address here: https://polis.osce.org/about
The course was organised by the OSCE’s Transnational Threats Department/Strategic Police Matters Unit, in partnership with the Swedish Institute of Police Education at Linnaeus University and in co-ordination with the OSCE Gender Section. The four-day course for police and prosecutors was followed by a one-day workshop where judges and social workers joined in.
This event is organized by OSCE’s Transnational Threats Department/Strategic Police Matters Unit, within the framework of the Project "Effective Criminal Justice Strategies and Practices to Combat Gender-based Violence in Eastern Europe", and will consist of a four-day course for police and prosecutors, followed by a one-day workshop with additional judges and social workers.