The UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in cooperation with the Judicial Academy of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, with the support of the Office of the United States Government for Monitoring and Combating Human Trafficking, in the period from February 6 to 8, 2024. in the Mona Plaza hotel in Belgrade, she organized a three-day regional training within the project "Preventing impunity for human trafficking and supporting victims of human trafficking in Southeast Europe".
The aforementioned activity brought together criminal justice practitioners from all project countries, i.e. Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Albania and Moldova. Under the professional guidance of regional experts, as well as through the active participation of representatives of Belgium and France, the participants used the simulation to strengthen and improve cross-border investigations and processing in cases of human trafficking, as well as to improve the position and rights of victims in criminal proceedings involving transnational elements.
Speakers at the opening of the training:
- Nenad Vujić – Director of the Judicial Academy of the Republic of Serbia
- Nenad Simić - Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia
- Ross Conroy – Representative of the US Embassy in the Republic of Serbia
- Davor Raus – UNODC
Lecturers at this training:
- Tamara Mirović – Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office
- Milan Žarković – Criminalistics and Police University
- Slobodan Josimović – Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Novi Sad
- Kenny Van de Perre – Deputy Prosecutor from Belgium
- Elodie Goyard – Regional Anti-Trafficking Expert
- Frederique Dubost – French liaison officer in the Republic of Serbia
At the end of the three-day training, the director of the Judicial Academy, Nenad Vujić, presented certificates to the participants of the training.