Georgia: EU and UNDP teach police officers to better protect people with disabilities

Georgia: EU and UNDP teach police officers to better protect people with disabilities

March 15, 2022

In March this year, the EU and UNDP organised a series of 24 trainings for 600 patrol police officers from Georgia. 

The aim of the training was to teach police officers to better protect the rights of people with disabilities and interact with their families. 

This large-scale event follows a train-the-trainer training for Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs officers organised earlier in February.

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