Course 84/2014 “Human rights and policing in Common Security Defense Policy (CSDP) missions”

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10 March 2015

Human rights have become essential at external security and defence missions. With this idea in mind, the German Police University organised on 27-30 January the CEPOL activity 84/2014 “Human rights and policing in Common Security Defence Policy (CSDP) missions”. The course took place at the premises of the university in Münster, Germany.

Participants at course 84/2014

Course manager André Konze welcomed 21 participants from all over Europe. Despite the short timeframe, organisers managed to prepare and conduct a successful training targeted to senior police officers deployed or eligible for deployment in EU CSDP missions. Furthermore, experts from Italy, Belgium, United Kingdom and Germany delivered inspiring presentations that encouraged the participants to take part in future CSDP missions. At the end of the activity, participants learned how to lead and conduct operations in this context by prioritising the respect of fundamental rights.


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