Bringing women on equal footing with men in Kosovo Police
June 28, 2017
March 3, 2017: Established in partnership with UN Women in Kosovo, the Association of Women in the Kosovo Police trains and supports women to take on leadership roles, and break the stereotypes and cultural barriers that discourage women from joining the security sector. Since the establishment of the group in 2013, the percentage of women in the Kosovo Police has risen to 15 per cent. See more at: Bringing Women on Equal Footing with Men in Kosovo Police (unwomen.org)
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