Local staff in security and rule of law programming – recognising and valuing counterparts and intermediaries
This seminar will bring together insights from rule of law and policing experts with experience from Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific to better understand how local staff experience being part of international security and rule of law programming and how their contributions can be better valued.
This is a free online event. Register on Event Brite
- Dr. Kristina Simion, Research Fellow, Swedish Institute of International Affairs and Folke Bernadotte Academy
- Andrea Yaninen, Senior International Liaison Officer, National Maritime Safety Authority, PNG
- Lautoa Faletau, Team Leader, Pacific Community for Law Enforcement Cooperation, Australian Federal Police
About Law and Justice Development Community of Practice
The Law and Justice Development Community of Practice (CoP) brings together practitioners engaged in regional and international law and justice initiatives, particularly those funded by Australia.
Members are professionals working across government, research institutions, non-governmental organisations and the private sector who design, fund, implement and research projects in the broad field of law and justice development.