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  • Improvement of gender mainstreaming in policing

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    The main objective of this project was to support the implementation of a gender sensitive community policing in selected community policing project sites.

  • Monitoring of the application of new police curriculum

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    The main objective of this project, which involved the ongoing co-operation between the OSCE, Czech Republic and the Police School of Azerbaijan, was to create favourable conditions for the application of the new training curriculum developed by the Twinning Partner, Czech Republic.

  • Improvement of police and media relations

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    This project aims to establish a platform for dialogue between police and media through facilitating regular discussions with participation of high level representative of law enforcement agencies, human rights activists, media and a moderator from the OSCE Office in Baku.

  • Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities in 2009

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    This report provides information about police-related activities of the SPMU, as well as other cross-dimensional police-related activities of other thematic units in the Secretariat and OSCE Institutions. It also gives an overview of the capacity and institution building activities undertaken by the OSCE field operations in support of their respective host-State governments.

  • Regional workshop on democratic policing: "Organisational and managerial issues in the police"

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    This workshop organised by the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU) with the support of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) aimed at disseminating the principles of the Guidebook on Democratic Policing, raising awareness of the good law enforcement practices and gaps, in relation to those principles, identified among police practitioners, experts and civil society organisations and identifying recommendations for the implementation of these good practices into daily work.