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For the first time in Yangon for example a schools education package was developed across 3 age groups to tackle important subjects such as Stranger Danger, Drugs and Alcohol, Fighting, Bullying etc.

This month NI-CO played host to a small delegation of leading officials from the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare in Montenegro.

The group was comprised of the Head of Directorate for Social Welfare and Child Protection, Budimirka Đukanović, the Senior Advisor for Child Protection, Svetlana Sovilj, and Marija Baković, Senior Advisor.

The project has been developed with the full support of the Government in the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and will prove vital to the successful implementation of the Bangsamoro Agreement and addressing the existing dynastic politics of patronage and warlordism in the region.

Last month, NI-CO celebrated the successful completion of a €9 million EU funded Rule of Law contract in Myanmar on which we were responsible for delivering the Community Policing Component.

The purpose behind the visit was to aid in the process of expanding the child foster care system in Montenegro, with the eventual aim of encouraging de-institutionalisation.

During their visit, NI-CO’s Montenegrin guests met with various Northern Irish organisations, including the Department of Health NI, the South Eastern Health and Social Services Trust, the Health and Social Care Board and the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.

The global Chevening programme is funded by the UK Government and is designed to offer financial support to potential future leaders, decision-makers and opinion formers to study for a Master’s degree at one of the UK’s leading universities and the opportunity to become part of an influential and highly regarded global network.

The FCO were keen that the group from the Philippines took time out during their university study, to visit Northern Ireland where many parallels can be drawn between the Peace process and Good Friday Agreement and the Philippine Government/Mindanao Liberation Front peace process.

Conference participants reported that they were inspired by Dr Collins’ speech and that the practical examples gave them a real insight into how to achieve equality for all.

Other speakers at the conference included, Ms Patricia Carey, Resident Twinning Adviser (on secondment to NI-CO from the Executive Office), Joint Project Leader Ms Elena Grozdanova, State Counsellor, Minister of Labour and Social Policy, Ms Sophie Beaumont, Programme Manager Education and Gender, EU Delegation, Skopje, Ms Anita Sares, Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment, Portugal, Ms Monaliza Elena Cirstea, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Protection and the Elderly, Romania and Ms Eileen Sung, UK Project Leader.

Courses will be adapted to improve the quantity and quality of Macedonia’s human capital and increase national competitiveness at international level.

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