The purpose of the training is to increase capacities of law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and judges to investigate, prosecute and adjudicate crimes of money laundering, which is a critical element to prevent and combat drug trafficking and organized crime.
The report will be drafted by a team composed of an eight-member inter-ministerial committee under the coordination of the National Commission on Human Rights, between 29 August and 20 September 2019. The drafting will be preceded by a consultation with different stakeholders and human rights or
The training was organized at the request of IDN to institutionalize human rights practices and behaviors within the Guinea-Bissau Armed Forces. Approximately 30 officers, 14 of whom are women, will learn the methodology for designing and delivering human rights training.
According to Muammar Baldé, United Nations official, this seminar aims at training border patrols in criminal investigation techniques, cross-border and transactional crimes, and other drug-related crimes.Participating in the training were agents assigned to the Public Order Police (POP) and the
The workshop was the result of a unique collaboration between the German researchers from Dortmund, the Lusophone University (Guinea-Bissau), the International Organization for Migration and the UNIOGBIS’ program to strengthen the role of media in Guinea-Bissau.
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