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JAN-MARCH 2022 NEWSLETTER
Foreign Ministry Reaffirms Support to UNAFRI
On December 16th 2021, UNAFRI’s Acting Director, John Sembuya Ssali, paid a courtesy call on Uganda’s Foreign Minister, Gen. Jeje Odongo.
Mr Ssali informed the Minister that voices of concern were emerging regarding the delayed development of properties Uganda donated to the Institute at the time of its hosting in 1989.
MARCH - JUNE 2022 NEWSLETTER
Governing Board Chairperson visits UNAFRI
The Chairperson of UNAFRI’s Governing Board, Ms Rose Mutombo Kiese, who is also the Minister of State for Justice and Constitutional Affairs in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), made her inaugural visit to the Secretariat in April this year. The visit was in fulfilment of assurances she made when a UNAFRI delegation from Kampala visited her in Kinshasa, on 21st October 2021.
JAN-MARCH 2022 FRENCH NEWSLETTER
Le ministère des Affaires étrangères réitère son
soutien à l’UNAFRI
Le 16 décembre 2021, le directeur intérimaire de l’UNAFRI, John Sembuya Ssali, a rendu une visite de courtoisie au ministre ougandais des Affaires étrangères, le général de division Jeje Odongo.
M. Ssali a informé l’Honorable Ministre que des voix inquiétantes se sont fait entendre concernant le développement qui tarde à venir sur les propriétés que l’Ouganda a offertes à l’Institut alors qu’il l’hébergeait en 1989.
OCTOBER 2021 NEWSLETTER
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PNI NEWSLETTER | ISSUE 01
Updates on PNI activities publications on cybercrime
The United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Network (PNI) consists of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and 18 institutes and entities around the world. The mission of the PNI is to assist the international community in strengthening cooperation in crime prevention and criminal justice on the global, regional and sub-regional levels, within the framework of the United Nations Crime Programme.
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