GPOI Concludes Course Emphasizing the Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping Operations
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With violence increasing around the globe, protecting civilians has become the cornerstone of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mandates. In support of that mission, CCMR’s Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) program delivers a course entitled “UN Protection of Civilians – Train the Trainer.”
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