Philippine National Police officials from 17 regions of the country hold a conference to discuss how rights-based policing principles are best integrated in on-going police operations to address latest trends in crime prevention and solution.
Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC), with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) conducted a two-day conference in Cebu with police trainers from the different regions in Visayas about the use and success of practical, case-based training methods for training police officers in senior-level training courses. This is part of the PPSC’s intention to standardize, and institutionalize the training methods in all of the PPSC’s constitutive training units which are responsible for all the mandatory training courses for members of the Philippine National Police.
As a follow up of the expert meeting conducted in early February 2018, the Hanns Seidel foundation organized a two-day legal expert meeting on 5th and 6th April in Tangerang with professors from law faculties and officers of the ministry of justice to discuss the prospects of regulatory reform and the harmonization of ministerial regulations in Indonesia.
On 28/29/30 March the 5th UN Asia-Pacific Forum for Sustainable Development (APFSD#5) took place. The forum was organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) and set out to review a cluster of Sustainable Development Goals for countries of the region.
On 26/27 March delegations of the CLMV countries met in Bangkok to exchange their experiences in implementing the Agenda 2030 on a national scale.