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Training of Trainers on Protection of Civilian & Responsibility to Protect Concludes

CUNPK: Training Course on Civilian Protection and Responsibility to Protect Concludes In New Delhi-Details, Purpose, About

The First Training of Trainers (ToT) Course on Civilian Protection and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) was held at Manekshaw Centre, New Delhi.

The training course was scheduled to be conducted from June 18 to 22, 2018 and was jointly held by Centre for United Nations Peacekeeping (CUNPK), India and Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.

The training course was attended by 30 officers including eight from friendly foreign countries. It is designed for mid-level military officials from countries that are active troop-contributing countries to UN peacekeeping operations.

The training course has targeted towards experienced trainers currently facilitating pre-deployment training at respective peacekeeping training centres or officers with recent experience in United Nations Peacekeeping Missions.

About Centre for United Nations Peacekeeping (CUNPK)

CUNPK was set up in New Delhi, drawing on India's immense experience in the field of UN Peacekeeping. It is also repository of information on India’s involvement in UN Peacekeeping and is continuing to build and update its research on peacekeeping related issues. 

CUNPK conducts International Training Capsules for military contingent officers, military observers and staff and logistics officers. It regularly organizes seminars, joint working groups (JWGs) and commands post exercises at national and international level.



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