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Training for NPOs: How to identify possible abuse and protect against it?
Government Office for Cooperation with Civil Society is organizing a training How to identify possible abuse and protect oneself, scheduled to take place on 18 April 2019. The training is organized in cooperation the Ministry of Finance – Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering.
The session is organized in the framework of the EU-funded Project “Enhancing the quality and efficiency of Suspicious Transactions Reporting and Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering Core Functions”. The beneficiary of the Project is the Ministry of Finance – Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering, and the implementing party is the KPMG-led Consortium.
The training is intended for organizations of civil society (OCS), with the aim to enhance knowledge and strengthen the capacity of OCS in relation to potential risks of TF abuse in the NPO sector. By presenting specific mechanisms and tools, this training will help OCS protect against potential abuse.
Indicators for assessing threats and vulnerabilities of the NPO sector will be presented, as well as some case studies, which will provide participants with additional clarity on potential threats.