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EUROMED Police project strengthens capacity to fight illicit firearms trafficking in the North Africa region

EUROMED Police project strengthens capacity to fight illicit firearms trafficking in the North Africa region
25 May 2022

The EUROMED Police project implemented a sub-regional training aimed at stepping up the capacity of Maghreb countries to fight illicit firearms and explosives trafficking. The course took place in Tunis from 9 to 13 May and saw the participation of law enforcement officials from Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia, as well as from the African Union Mechanism for Police Cooperation (AFRIPOL).

The five-day training focused on the international instruments available to the law enforcement community to fight this type of crime and also dived into topics such as...

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CEPOL highlights how it contributes to a common European law enforcement culture

CEPOL highlights how it contributes to a common European law enforcement culture
25 May 2022

Ms Mailis Pukonen, CEPOL Head of Operations, participated this week as a keynote speaker at the ‘Seminar on the common EU law enforcement culture: Learning to live with multiple police identities’.

The Seminar, organised on 23-24 May by the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union at the premises of the European...

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EU Agencies United in Diversity

EU Agencies United in Diversity
24 May 2022

Take pride in being different because it makes work richer.

May is European Diversity Month – an opportunity to celebrate what makes us unique and to acknowledge that together we are stronger and richer.

We may come from diverse backgrounds, gender, age, or sexual orientation; share different beliefs or values, have different physical abilities, communicate in other languages, or make different choices. But, in the end, we are all part of the same journey. A brand new...

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