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This week we will meet the Education in Algeria Twinning Project that, thanks to European Union funding and FIIAPP's management, has twinned the Ministries of Education in Algeria and Spain, specifically through the Castile and Leon regional Ministry of Education.
In 2018 alone, the FIIAPP mobilised more than 700 institutions among all its projects. In this programme we talk about one of them: The Spanish National Institute of Toxicology and Forensic Sciences, under the Spanish Ministry of Justice. The director of the department of Madrid, Carolina Sánchez, tells us about it.
To celebrate UN International Education Day, which is held on 24 January, in this week's programme on Public Cooperation in the World we talk about two twinning programmes managed by FIIAPP; the first fosters improvement in research and innovation in Algeria, while the second implements guidelines from the European Higher Education Area in Morocco. Pilar Garcés, Deputy Minister for Universities and Research in the Regional Government of Castilla y León and Antonio García, Professor at the University of Valladolid, will be acquainting us with both programmes respectively.
In this programme we talk with Francisco Benítez, a sub-inspector with the National Police central cybercrime unit, who explains what forensic computing is and its application in police investigations.
In this programme, Inmaculada Zamora, general secretary of FIIAPP, takes stock of the last year, telling us about her career at the foundation and giving us some insights into the challenges FIIAPP will face in 2020.
For almost three years, the project, managed by the FIIAPP and financed by the European Commission, has given European support to the special anti-drug forces in the application of Bolivian law. During this time, specialists have worked closely with Bolivian institutions. In this programme, the expert voices that have participated take stock of the progress made in this area.