The UN at 75 – celebrating cooperation between the UN and EU

The General Debate at the UN General Assembly opens today for the 75th time in the midst of a global health crisis, underlining more than ever the need for coordinated, multilateral action to address some of the world’s most pressing problems.

EUPOL COPPS Acting Head of Mission Katja Dominik advocates for more women in EU missions at Centre of Excellence opening ceremony in Berlin

As part of the launch of the new European Centre of Excellence for Civilian Crisis Management in Berlin on 17 September 2020, Katja Dominik, the Acting Head of the EU’s Police and Rule of Law Mission for the Palestinian Territory (EUPOL COPPS),...

EUPOL COPPS submits recommendations to strengthen Palestinian framework for checking assets of public officials

The EU’s Policing and Rule of Law Mission in Ramallah (EUPOL COPPS) submitted a report and a manual to the Palestinian Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) on Wednesday 9 September, which should support a strengthened framework for verifying the assets...

“I’m proud of how we supported our Palestinian counterparts to help them manage the Covid-19 pandemic”

Peter Stafverfeldt, a Swedish judge, has spent over two years at EUPOL COPPS, first as the Deputy Head of the Rule of Law section from March 2017 – August 2018, and more recently as an Adviser to the Palestinian Ministry of Justice since February...

“Everything in police work is related to training”

Rainer Koor, from Estonia, joined EUPOL COPPS as a Police Adviser on Training in October, 2018. In this capacity, he supports the training department of the Palestinian Civil Police (PCP) and the Palestinian College for Policing Sciences (PCPS) and...

“We need to be very creative and flexible – now more than ever”

Pasi Aho started his role as Head of EUPOL COPPS’ Police Advisory Section on 1 August in quarantine. For someone who loves powerwalking, running and sport in general, this was a tough start to the new job, though he understands the importance of...