Professional court staff of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), took part in component 8 of IPA 2013 twinning project entitled ’’Support to the Fight against Money Laundering’’ – training seminar, held in Trebinje in the period 17-19 April 2019.
The ’’Support to the Fight against Money Laundering’’ twinning project (beneficiary: BiH) commenced in April 2017 and its goal is to increase the competence of institutions of BiH to fight money laundering to reach the level required for accession to the EU as well as assistance in improving the legislation, capacity and competence of relevant bodies, institutions and agencies to increase cooperation and coordination in the field of money laundering.
The project deals with issues related to implementing capacity of specialized financial investigation units at all levels of judiciary in implementing tasks from within their jurisdiction. The goal of the project is it strengthen cooperation and coordination of all stakeholders in fighting money laundering, with a view to increasing the efficiency of implementing laws in BiH.
The training covered the following topics: a specialized workshop module representing a multiplication concept – “train a trainer”, basic principles of presentation techniques, presenting communication and communication models, presentation techniques, speaking in public (goals, contents, courses of seminars), theoretical principles of presenting and receiving feedback and application of contents presented by the lecturers in practice.
The activity was primarily intended for professionals who in the course of their work are involved in training on issues of money laundering and other criminal offenses of organized crime, economic crime and corruption.