The workshop is organized in co-operation with the OSCE Border Security and Management National Focal Point from the Netherlands and supports the NFPs recommendations voiced during the 2016 Annual NFP Network Meeting.
The proposed project falls into the OSCE Mission to Skopje priorities of promoting the development of a professional police force and developing effective Community Based Policing in areas with strong Roma minority presence through initiatives that will develop positive relations between Roma/Sinti communities and the police, promoting anti bias trainings and awareness among law enforcement officers on Roma history and culture.
The project consists of a comprehensive five day domestic violence train-the-trainer seminar that will be piloted in Tetovo SVR. The seminar is designed to promote a multi-discipline evidence based approach to handling domestic violence investigations. Beneficiaries will be Police Officers, Social Workers and NGO’s with a family and or women’s focused agenda.