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  • Regional workshops on children on the street

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    Regional workshops on children on the street, as part of project “Tackling issues of discrimination and raising awareness of Roma and other minority groups within the community” implemented by the OSCE Mission to Skopje, aim to improve the coordination between Ministry of Internal Affairs and Labour and Social Policy, implemented during the second half of 2011 and identify joint initiatives and solutions to the issue of children on the street/street children at the local and regional level

  • Project "Safe schools"

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    The main goal of this project is to enhance the safety of the students in schools, to decrease the level of violent and antisocial behaviour of the youth through raising awareness for decreasing violence and involvement in building safety for all students, their parents and the school staff.

  • OSCE Regional Police Experts Meeting on Community Policing, Skopje, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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    The meeting aims to serve as a platform to discuss the concept and characteristics of community policing and review country-related examples of how the community policing concept and framework is implemented.

  • Training course on community policing for quarter (neighborhood) police

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    This 3-level course was developed by the community policing project of the OSCE Police Assistance Programme in Kyrgyzstan and can be used by community policing trainers.

  • Workbook on community policing for quarter (neighborhood) police — Managerial level

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    This training course material, part of the 3-level community policing training, was developed under the community policing project of the OSCE Police Assistance Programme in Kyrgyzstan and can be used by community policing trainers.