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A two day training for the Border Police of the Republic of Serbia titled "Creating an Ethical Working Environment" organised by the Centre for European Perspective (CEP) in cooperation with the Ministry of the Republic of Slovenia is starting on 29 August in Belgrade.

This is the continuation of the first module - among two already implemented - at the request of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia. The project is part of the official development aid package provided by the Republic of Slovenia to Serbia and the established cooperation between Ministry of Interior of Serbia and CEP is being continued with additional projects in 2011 and 2012. The aim of the continuation of the training for Serbian border policemen is for them to exchange practical experiences with Slovene border policemen through case studies and to engage in highly interactive role plays with Dr Tatjana Dragović, expert trainer from United Kingdom. The aim of the training is to improve ethical working environment.

Nebojsa Puric, Deputy Head of Sector for Border Police of Serbia expressed his acknowledgments for well accomplished training in 2009, which was very successful and presented an important step towards the strengthening of capacities for creating ethical work environment in Serbian Police. On basis of such successful mutual cooperation it was agreed that CEP organises a two-day continuation of the training from 2009 in which one third of the key commanding border police officers were trained.


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Centre for European Perspective
Grajska cesta 1
1234 Loka pri Mengšu, Slovenia
Fax: +38615608601

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