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UNODC is committed in this regard to ensuring that a gender perspective is actively and visibly mainstreamed in all its practices, policies and programmes.
The courses are part of the UNODC Training-of-Trainers programme and resulted in the certification of 61 national trainers in the six Western Balkan jurisdictions, who will further use the knowledge obtained in these trainings for the development of national curricula in their respective jurisdictions on conducting financial investigations.
It is funded by the European Commission.
The working arrangement will contribute to strengthening capacities of member states including on law enforcement cooperation. The initiative aims to strengthen partnerships and support the law enforcement sector and the judiciary in the region to effectively detect, investigate, prosecute and recover the proceeds of crime.
This is conducted through training activities, consultative events, information exchanges, as well as developing and implementing common curricula for sustainability beyond the project end-date.
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The initiative on financial investigations is recognized as good practice by the jurisdictions in the region - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo under UNSCR - and by the European Commission, as a method of ensuring complementarity and cost-effectiveness between the EU and the UN in the Balkans.
The current Working Arrangement between UNODC and CEPOL is an example of cooperation that is mutually beneficial and allows both offices to strengthen their capacity building activities by sharing knowledge, expertise, best practices and coordinated approaches to learning.
The workshop aimed to provide an overview of the existing policies, programmes, stakeholders and challenges in connection with the role of civil society organizations in the prosecution, rehabilitation and reintegration of returning FTFs and members of their families, especially children, who followed them to and from war zones.
Government officials, particularly in the law enforcement sector, international organizations including UNODC, OSCE and EU Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as civil society representatives, academia, media and the religion's community took part in this important event.
During the workshop, following the discussions on trends, information exchange and the rehabilitation and reintegration issues in relation with FTFs, the national delegations provided their respective countries' perspective on best practices and current challenges providing thereby information on national FTF Strategies and Policies as well as successful preventive actions.
This important event further contributes to the promotion of international stability, transparency and to the building of regional trust and confidence in South Eastern Europe.
The objective of the meeting was to discuss the programme results in SEE, the programme implementation methodology, as well as potential expansion strategies. Among the positive outcomes of the event were the very active networking of the professionals and the energetic exchanges on best practices related to the programme implementation.
Participants who attended the workshop represented the relevant national institutions Ministries of Education and Security from the region and local Lions Clubs from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia.
Understanding the cultural and technical specificities during the programme implementation, mostly in view of the structure of national educational system and its readiness to integrate and sustain programme implementation, the programme was eventually extended to Bosnia and Herzegovina with suggested longer implementation modality to two years.
Following the expansion strategy, the initially involved countries in the programme pilot Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia also continued with the additional, longer, programatic cycle with supplementary 10 elementary schools per country. Furthermore, the LQSA programme will be offered to Croatia following the suggested innovative implementation modality.
The evidence-based results are conclusive on the positive effect of the implemented programme with the intervention groups of students comparing to the control group who haven't had direct contact with the programme intervention.
The regional workshop is considered as the annual platform for the exchange of practices related to the evidence based social emotional learning interventions and its scale-up in SEE among national professionals and Lions Club representatives.
The next event is to be expected in November More resources available at: Milos Stojanovic - https: The training, which was the second in a series of three, gathered participants from the police, courts, prosecutor's offices, tax and customs administrations, financial intelligence units and judicial training institutes from Albania and Kosovo under UNSCR The trainees were provided the opportunity to get extensive knowledge on the Advanced Adult Learning and Training Methodologies and practice the acquired knowledge via situational and group exercises.
Additionally, the training allowed for the participants from the two jurisdictions with different specialties to have open floor discussions and exchange on their experiences, which contributed to and promoted increased inter-agency cooperation.
Upon completion of the training, 21 experts were certified as national trainers on financial investigations. In the future, they will be engaged in the development of the national curricula on financial investigations in their respective jurisdictions.Current Affairs October Study Material: This month study material covers all parts of current affairs for the month of October like international and national etc.
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