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7 Jul 2020

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Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights

Webinar on Security and Human Rights and the treatment of national minorities

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...Our panel of experts will discuss their experience and longstanding efforts in improving the human rights performance of police and security guards in the context of minorities.  Topics to be discussed will include: understanding the unique risks faced by minorities, security sector reform, strengthening human rights policies, building community trust, and effective vetting of security providers.

Globally, over 50 government, NGO, and corporate members of the Voluntary Principles Initiative (VPI) promote and adhere to the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights. The Voluntary Principles are used around the world by companies, as well as by private and public sector security institutions in a variety of settings, to guide security providers on how to conduct their operations while respecting human rights...