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Afghan and Tajik Female Border Officials attended OSCE-UNDP Course

Category
Mission Activity
Date(s)
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Subject
Border security and management
Subject
Border security and management
Date(s)
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Region
Central Asia
Keywords
border security, drugs, first responders, human trafficking, management, women

Summary

From 9 to 19 May, 17 female border professionals from Afghanistan and five border officials from Tajikistan attended a border management awareness course at the BMSC in Dushanbe. The course provided insight into human rights issues in border security and management, including gender equality principles, national commitments on promoting women’s rights, trafficking in human beings and drugs, anti-corruption and investigation techniques, leadership and management as well as first aid skills. The sessions were delivered by experts from Canada, Moldova, Tajikistan, the United Kingdom and the National Assembly of Afghanistan. The training course was delivered in close co-operation with the European Union-funded Border Management in Northern Afghanistan project (BOMNAF), which is being implemented by the UN Development Programme.

Information

Added on
03 Aug 2016
Origin
OSCE / Border Management Staff College
Region
Afghanistan, Tajikistan
Keywords
border security, drugs, first responders, human trafficking, management, women
Rights
OSCE