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Workshop on experience sharing related to rulings on providing foreigners with protection (according to Geneva and Rome Conventions) 21-23.10.2015r.

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28.10.2015

A ‘Workshop on experience sharing related to rulings on providing foreigners with protection (according to Geneva and Rome Conventions)’ has been carried out inside the Border Guard Centre for Specialised Training in Luban from 21 to 23 October 2015.

A ‘Workshop on experience sharing related to rulings on providing foreigners with protection (according to Geneva and Rome Conventions)’ has been carried out inside the Border Guard Centre for Specialised Training in Luban from 21 to 23 October 2015.
A ‘Workshop on experience sharing related to rulings on providing foreigners with protection (according to Geneva and Rome Conventions)’ has been carried out inside the Border Guard Centre for Specialised Training in Luban from 21 to 23 October 2015. The participants of the course were the representatives from every BG Regional Unit, the Office for Foreigners and lecturers of BG CST in Luban. This was yet another edition of the workshop, this time devoted to Sub-Saharan African countries. One of the trainers was PhD. Bara Ndiaye from Olszty University who, in his work, deals with the problems of contemporary Africa. He is also the co-initiator and organiser of ‘Days of Africa in Olsztyn’ (since 2004), as well as a member of Polish African Society.
The main goal of the workshop was to familiarise the participants with present situation and roots of conflicts in selected African countries, such as: Nigeria, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Somalia, Eritrea, the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the frames of providing foreigners with protection and sharing of experience related to rulings in cases of foreigners from these countries that seek protection in Poland.
The meeting was co-financed in the frames of Norwegian Financial Mechanism (Project No. 26/NMF PL 15/14 ‘Enhancing competence and qualifications of public administration within the scope of migration and asylum with special attention paid to preventing irregular migration’).

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