Contributed a case study on CEPOL’s common training curriculum for police officers on trafficking in human beings.
The evaluation covered 55 projects with funding of €120 million. 15 projects were evaluated in depth in Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. Projects in this EEA & Norway Grants priority sector addressed, amongh other issues: police and border police infrastructure, IT systems, equipment and training; forensics; reception and processing of migrants at the EU’s external borders; … Read more
ROM monitoring of projects funded by the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights in Serbia and Kosovo: (1) Mine clearance; (2) ‘Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Torture Prevention’; (3) ‘Promoting Minority Rights in the Future through Reparation for Human Rights Abuses in the Past’.
The Human Security Baseline Assessment (HSBA) is a multi-year research project focusing on: the circulation and origins of weapons; the distribution, motivation, and origins of armed groups; violence; and local security arrangements.
Carried out detailed analysis of OSCE project financial data and other documentation and undertook interviews in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
The framework was developed to enable NGOs in the Western Balkans to monitor and evaluate implementation, by states in the region, of international anti-trafficking conventions, such as the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings, and various UN conventions.
The Mario II project operated in 15 countries with 19 partners from 2012 to 2014. It aimed to protect migrant children and young people moving through Europe by enhancing the capacities of child protection authorities in European Countries, and by undertaking advocacy at European level.
The evaluation covered €14.3 million funding provided mainly by the EU, but also the Republic of Cyprus, Hungary, the UK, Canada, and Slovenia. Funding covered mine clearance activities from October 2004 to April 2011. The project cleared approximately 5.7 million square metres along the Green Line, including a total of 81 minefields, and it removed … Read more
The pilot operational office was established in 2010 following calls by EU policy making institutions for Frontex to consider the establishment of specialised branches. The evaluation was undertaken to inform the Frontex Management Board’s decision decision-making regarding the continuation of the pilot office in Greece, and the possible establishment of additional operational offices. Interviewed members … Read more
Developoed a framework and practical 65-page guide to evaluate the effectiveness of OSCE capacity building and awareness raising activities in the areas of small arms and light weapons (SALW) and stockpiles of conventional ammunition (SCA).