Netherlands Embassy in Tirana Albania
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- Whistleblowing Draft Law
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IDAHOT, the yearly Day Against Homophobia has transformed into a full Week of Diversity in Albania. Catering to all tastes, participants can do a bike ride, go to exhibitions, watch and discuss films, receive prizes or even go to a fundraising LGBT Gala. The avalanche of events requires some agenda planning, that's for sure.
16 Women entrepreneurs from the Western Balkans visited the Netherlands from 6 till 11 March for a trade mission. They received tailor-made training in talent development, including knowledge building, matchmaking and networking activities.
The Parliamentary Committee for Legal Issues, Public Administration and Human Rights organized a hearing today on the draft Law “On Whistleblowers’ Protection”. In this meeting, ambassador Dewi van de Weerd was invited to give an introduction in support to Minister of State Cuci's presentation of this innovative draft law.
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July 1, 2016 Due to Big Bajram, the Embassy of the Netherlands in Tirana will be closed from July 2 until, and including, July 5.
June 24, 2016 In the framework of the Dutch Presidency of the European Council, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands invited Judge Egbert Myjer to Tirana. Mr. Myjer is a senior Dutch expert in Human Rights Law, former attorney-general and judge at the European Court of Human Rights, as well as former vice-dean of the Dutch Magistrates School.
- Delegation of Leiden Law School visits Tirana
- Statement of European Union Delegation and Embassies of EU Member States in Tirana on judicial reform
- Procedures for asylum seekers from Western Balkan countries
- EU Transit Event Focusses on Agriculture and Toursim
- Textile and leather production in Albania