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  • Train-the-trainer course on countering financing of terrorism (CFT) - Basic and Enhanced Investigation

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    Vienna, Austria
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    A two-day train-the-trainers course for Kazakh government officials on countering terrorist financing was organised in Vienna on 6 and 7 March by the OSCE’s Transnational Threats Department, in co-operation with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime's Global Programme against Money Laundering (UNODC/GPML).  The aim of the course was to assist Kazakhstan in countering terrorism financing, in line with relevant FATF standards and OSCE commitments.

  • Prevention of Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Heritage (PITCH) training

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    Border Management Staff College, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
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    The World Customs Organization (WCO) is partnering with the OSCE, in order to deploy specialized training on the prevention of illicit trafficking of cultural heritage in Central Asia.

  • OSCE workshop on policing in Roma and Sinti сommunities

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    The workshop aimed to bring together police experts and representatives of civil society to review the first draft of the SPMU/ODIHR guidebook "Police and Roma and Sinti: Good Practices in Building Trust and Understanding"

  • Regional Central Asian online forum on basic police training

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    The aim of the online forum was to facilitate a professional discussion among police trainers and training managers about the ways to improve the basic police training models (curricula aspects) in the countries of the region.

  • Police experts workshop on Initiatives and good practices in building trust and understanding among the police and Roma, Sinti and Traveller communities

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    This workshop aimed at facilitating the exchange of experiences and good practices between police practitioners from different participating States about recent initiatives and experiences of police agencies with respect to improving the relations with Roma, Sinti and Traveller communities and tackling racially motivated crimes against Roma, Sinti and Travellers. The findings of the workshop were incorporated in a new SPMU/ODIHR publication.