Forces de Sécurité intérieure du Mali (FSI)

Mobile Training Team and Advisors

EUCAP Sahel Mali are heading to the region of Sikasso In the continuation of decentralised training the EUCAP Mission in favour of ISF Mali, a detachment of Mission experts travelled to Sikasso from 2 to 14 October 2016   During the fortnight, trainees of the Police, Gendarmerie and National Guard received training in the areas of Law Enforcement, Professional Intervention and Bo...
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Safety of journalists and freedom of expression: Malian security forces equipped

Safety of journalists and freedom of expression: Malian security forces equipped The UNESCO office in Bamako, in collaboration with the Ministry of Security and Civil Protection and EUCAP Sahel Mali, from the 13 to 15 June 2016, at the peacekeeping school in Bamako, held a workshop on the safety of journalists, freedom of expression and the freedom of the press. The opening ceremony was chaired ...
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EUCAP Sahel Mali visits Sikasso

EUCAP Sahel Mali visits Sikasso EUCAP Sahel Mali visits Sikasso The European Union capacity building mission EUCAP Sahel Mali traveled to Sikasso on the 25th and 26th of February 2016. The visit to the 3rd administrative region of Mali was a logical part of EUCAP’s provincial tour: the Mission had previously visited Mopti, Segou and Kayes. The main aim of the visit was to meet with the regional ...
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The women of the security forces invited to a EUCAP workshop

The women of the security forces invited to a EUCAP workshop The Human Rights and Gender unit of the EUCAP Sahel Mali mission welcomed about twenty women from the Internal Security Forces (ISF) to a workshop on 5 November. This first meeting between “ISF women” aimed to create a space for dialogue and exchanges of information between women from the Police, the Gendarmerie and the National Guard...
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CivCom meets Malian civil society

CivCom meets Malian civil society A lunch debate involving CivCom and representatives of Mali’s civil society was held at the Azalaï Hotel in Bamako to discuss the issue of the internal security forces (ISF) and the civilian population. The goal was to open the debate on restoring trust between the ISF and the civilian population.    
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