OSCE/ODIHR and Estonian Academy of Security Sciences sign agreement to implement ODIHR hate crime training programme

The Estonian Academy of Security Sciences and the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) signed an agreement on 13 January 2017 to strengthen the ability of Estonian law enforcement officers across the country to recognize, understand and investigate hate crimes.

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Substantive preparations for the creation of EOD specialists’ training programme in Ukraine have started

This week Ukrainian delegation visits Estonia in order to start substantive preparations for the project  that is carried out by the experts of the Academy and the Estonian Rescue Board, and funded by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As a result of the project, engineering and EOD works’ department will start operating at Lviv State University of Life Safety. The cooperation project involves creating a humanitarian demining related training system and different training sessions.

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