Around 15 military press officers participated in the exercise, acquiring new skills allowing them to deal with the media, give individual and collective interviews, draft statements and manage information in crisis situations.
According to Muammar Baldé, a UN official, the seminar aimed at training border patrols in criminal investigation techniques, cross-border and transactional crimes, and other drug-related offenses.
During their stay in Buba, (Quinara region), UN political advisers held separate meetings with members of the regional government and political parties, specifically MADEM-G15, PAIGC, APU-PDGB and PRS, to discuss lessons-learned from the March 10 legislative elections, and prospects for the presi
The group, representing citizens from the regions of Quinara, Bafatá, Cacheu and the Autonomous Sector of Bissau visited the government Palace, where they delivered messages to the Prime Minister during a ministerial session, the shook hands with the President at the Presidential Palace, discusse
This event will allow participants to analyze the legal framework of the Guinean political system, namely the constitution of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, parity law, electoral law and the framework law of political parties, in view of the international commitments undertaken in the framework o
The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process that involves a review of the human rights records of all United Nations Member States, providing an opportunity for each State to take stock of what actions it has taken to improve the human rights situation and to comply with international
After two regional training courses held in June, 48 community leaders (28 women and 20 men), members of the WMN and other mediation actors on the ground, were selected to participate in this advanced training course at national level.