NBNP new chair is Iceland Feb 16

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On the meeting held on 24-25 of November in Copenhagen, NBNP board decided to elect Iceland to be chair for the period 2022-2023.

Congratulation and all the best to  Iceland 

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Nordic-Baltic Network of Policewomen (NBNP) was constituted in Riga, Latvia, in April 2001. All the Nordic countries and all the Baltic countries are members and are actively participating in the work of NBNP.

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Exchange information and knowledge about gender equality, discrimination and diversity;

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