Opening of the 26th “Civil, Police and Military Relations” Course

Opening of the 26th edition of the “Civil, Police and Military Relations” 4-week Course (CPM26), based on the UN Standard Training Modules and on the UN DPO guidelines: senior personnel from police, military and civilian components, who might take part in Peace Support Operations (PSO), will be provided with a full spectrum training aimed at increasing the mutual knowledge, finalizing and sharing co-ordination mechanisms, as well as enhancing the ability of cooperation among the different elements and actors taking part in PSO, with particular regard to deployments in non-stabilised areas.

The 34 students come from different Countries, namely from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cameroon, Chad, European Gendarmerie Force, Fiji, Ghana, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Romania, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Togo, Ukraine and Uruguay.

The following is a list of some of the Course Topics, handled by national and international Subject Matter Experts: the Civilian/Police/Military Component, International Humanitarian Law, Child Protection, Humanitarian Rights Protection, Intelligence and Understanding in Peacekeeping, UN media relations, Stress - fear management and leadership, Geopolitical analysis and PSOs and much more.