23 Women Police Officers Get Training Under Australia Awards Program
June 28, 2017
February 7, 2017: 23 Pakistani women completed leadership and countering gender-based violence training conducted by University of Queensland and representatives in Islamabad. The University of Queensland in Brisbane is renowned for its experience in providing leadership training for women in policing. The two-week ‘Women in Policing’ course designed and delivered under the ‘Australia Awards Pakistan’ program will support these career women police officers to be competitive for appointment to positions of leadership in the Pakistan Police Services. See article: 23 Women Police Officers Get Training Under Australia Awards Program (nation.com.pk)
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