Ghana: Good practices on strengthening the conduct of peacekeeping personnel

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United Nations published this video item, entitled “Ghana: Good practices on strengthening the conduct of peacekeeping personnel” – below is their description.

As part of joint efforts with the UN to address misconduct, Ghana conducts joint investigations with the Office of Internal Oversight Services to enhance the speed and quality of their national investigations.

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