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Space navigation in Ukraine

Chemical and biological waste threats in the African Atlantic coast and Tunisia

Social Policies in Angola

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Transports, Infrastructures and Communications Policy

Transports, Infrastructures and Communications Policy
Connectivity and transport, Air, road and rail security, Port and maritime policies, Telecommunications

Social policies and rights

Social policies and rights
Social protection, Health, Education, Culture, Employment, Gender equality, Human Rights

Governance and modernization of public administrations

Governance and modernization of public administrations
Promote the quality of democracy, strengthen the structure and management systems of the public sector

Justice and Transparency

Justice and Transparency
Fight against corruption, Transparency policies, Reform and modernization judicial systems, Access to justice

Green Economy : climate change, energy , agriculture and fisheries

Green Economy : climate change, energy , agriculture and fisheries
Climate change and energy, Water resources and coast management, Fisheries policies

Security and fight against organized crime

Security and fight against organized crime
Global challenges, Prevention and mitigation of risk, fight against organize crime, Public security

Economy and Finance

Economy and Finance
Tax reform, R&D policies, regulatory agencies, Tourism

Migration and mobility

Migration and mobility
Migration and mobility policies, International Protection, Management of migratory flows
Security and fight against organized crime
108 PROJECTS    IN  129 COUNTRIES
Finished projects
Active projects
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El objetivo principal del proyecto financiado por la Unión Europea es reducir la trata de personas y el tráfico irregular de migrantes, a nivel nacional y regional, así como entre Nigeria y la UE. En este sentido, se mejorará la capacidad del gobierno nigeriano  para abordar el problema con un énfasis especial en las mujeres y los niños, principales víctimas de trata. A-TIPSOM puede resumirse en cinco objetivos más específicos, las "5P": Política o fortalecimiento de las instituciones y el marco legal, Prevención con actividades de sensibilización y formación, Protección de las víctimas, Persecución de los tratantes y traficantes y Partenariado o coordinación de los actores involucrados. Durante cuatro años, expertos españoles de Policía Nacional trabajarán en el proyecto para además mejorar la cooperación a nivel nacional, regional e internacional. España tiene un papel importante en esta tarea, al ser uno de los principales países de destino de la UE.

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Este proyecto busca fortalecer las capacidades de cooperación internacional de los cuerpos policiales, así como los vínculos de cooperación con los poderes judiciales y ministerios públicos de los países socios en la lucha contra el crimen organizado. A pesar del progreso en áreas socioeconómicas, la región sigue enfrentándose a importantes retos en el ámbito de seguridad ciudadana. La criminalidad organizada y sus redes trasnacionales están directamente relacionado con esta problemática. AMERIPOL (Comunidad de Policías de América) fue fundado en 2007 en Bogotá (Colombia) con esta prioridad. Y a la vez, busca convertirse en referente en cooperación policial, tanto en la región como en las relaciones entre América Latina y la Unión Europea. Este proyecto de apoyo es parte integral del programa regional EL PACcTO y se coordinará de forma estrecha con él. Y en sus tres años de ejecución contará con la colaboración del Cuerpo Nacional de Policía.

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The aim of this project is improving the effectiveness and operational cooperation of agencies responsible for investigating drug trafficking and the organised crime associated with it. In addition, the project supports beneficiary countries in the prevention of drug use, as well as in improving treatment for drug addiction, covering, in general, all drugs policies, in line with the European Drugs Strategy 2013-2020.   It is a project financed by the European Commission with a budget of €12,000,000 which FIIAPP is managing for four years in collaboration with experts from the Spanish Interior Ministry, who will work on activities together with their counterparts in France, Italy and the United Kingdom.

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Binomial security and development has become a key element in the strategy of the European Union for the Sahel region. For this reason, the Ministry of the Interior of Spain, through the Civil Guard, has proposed to carry out this project. To this end, the European Commission has delegated its management to FIIAPP. The Sahel is a geographical area of great political instability. This causes problems regarding irregular migration and the presence of terrorist groups. In addition, to the existence of criminal organisations and illegal trafficking. The general objective of the Delegated Cooperation project is to contribute to the security of the population and the stabilisation of both the countries involved, and of the regional territories, including the most isolated and cross-border areas. Spanish experts along with French, Italian and Portuguese experts will work with their counterparts in the region to improve internal security in these countries, strengthening the capabilities of their security forces and improving cross-border cooperation.

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The European Commission has delegated FIIAPP and Expertise France to manage a cooperation programme to reinforce the fight against organised crime in Latin America. This programme, called EL PAcCTO, will last 60 months.   The programme is financed by the European Union Development Cooperation Instrument and has a budget of 19 million euros. Its main objective is to give technical assistance to Latin American countries for an effective fight against organised crime, by strengthening the entire criminal justice system.   Expertise France and FIIAPP are guaranteeing the implementation of the project in collaboration with their partners (the Italo-Latin American Institute (IILA in its Spanish acronym), Portugal’s Instituto Camões), and with the support of European public experts.

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Niger is currently one of the main gateways for migration from Africa to the Mediterranean. The aim of this Project is to support the government of Niger in its fight against illegal immigration, people trafficking and smuggling in the country, while at the same time fostering the creation of an international protected area against these crimes. This is being done by training the Niger national police force in investigation and operating procedures. The training will have the cooperation of experts from the Spanish National Police Force, the French Central Directorate of Border Pólice and the French Ministry of the Interior Directorate of International Cooperation. FIIAPP will manage this project for the next three years with the cooperation of the National Police Force and €6,000,000 in funding from the European Commission.

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