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  • OSCE concept paper on police reform in Tajikistan

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    This document was drafted by the Counter Terrorism and Police Unit of the OSCE Office in Tajikistan and is a short outline of the envisaged police reform strategy document, which will address every phase of the reform in more details in terms of activities, human resources and needed funding.

  • Assessment report on the "Assessment and Change Management workshop"

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    This report was produced jointly by the Global Crisis and Rule of Law Development Association and the OSCE Office in Tajikistan with aim to examine the preconditions and chances for a police reform in Tajikistan.

  • A Scoping Project on Child Trafficking in the UK - June 2007

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    Publication produced by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre (UK) on behalf of the Home Office and the Border and Immigration Agency. The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is affliated to the Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) and works to protect children from sexual abuse and hold offenders to account.

  • Report on assistance to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in reforming and developing policing in Tajikistan as well as strengthening the fight against THB/TIP

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    This report was prepared by the joint OSCE-MIA needs assessment mission that was aiming at evaluating the current organisational set-up of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tajikistan (MIA) and assess the specific areas where OSCE assistance has been requested by the host Government.

  • Needs Assessment on Terrorism Issues, Tajikistan

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    The purpose of this document is to provide an assessment in respect of the perceived needs of the Republic of Tajikistan in its efforts to counter terrorism and to identify areas where support from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe may be deemed appropriate. The assessment seeks to identify activity complementary and additional to work already undertaken and ongoing by the OSCE in respect of Counter Terrorism.