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Latest News From NI-CO

Lebanon, Beirut – Full time Project Manager

May 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Lebanon, Beirut – Full time Project Manager

British Policing Support Project

Project Overview
Through the British Policing Support Project (2016-19) the United Kingdom supports […]

From Belfast to Kiev

April 29th, 2016|Comments Off on From Belfast to Kiev

NI-CO recently played host to a delegation of senior public servants from Ukraine’s Ministry of […]

UK Shares Best Practice with Montenegro

April 29th, 2016|Comments Off on UK Shares Best Practice with Montenegro

This month NI-CO, in partnership with the Ministry of Justice, were delighted to host a […]

NI-CO Bursary Opportunity – Cyprus – Study and report on the Peace Programme in Northern Ireland

April 10th, 2016|Comments Off on NI-CO Bursary Opportunity – Cyprus – Study and report on the Peace Programme in Northern Ireland

In 2016, NI-CO (Northern Ireland Co-operation Overseas) is offering a unique opportunity for a bi-communal […]

What Clients Say

NI-CO are a key player in exporting UK public sector expertise and values overseas. NICO practitioners working alongside counterparts in the Western Balkans and the European Neighbourhood, have helped build institutions that provide valuable public services to the citizens of those regions. They continue to deliver effective and well designed projects; and have been active contributors to the FCO programme to encourage more UK public sector bodies to get involved in projects abroad. We look forward to continuing to work with them in the future.
Jill Morris, Europe Director, Foreign & Commonwealth Office
The practical and collaborative approach adopted by NI-CO in the delivery of this project has fostered a strong bond between Romania and Northern Ireland which I hope will be sustained well into the future. The willingness of experts to share their first hand experience of the challenges and successes of the management of EU structural funds coupled with NI-CO’s project management expertise augurs well for a highly successful project which should surpass its objectives.
Mr Gabriel Friptu, General Director, Ministry of Development, Public Works and Housing, Bucharest, Romania.
My colleagues and I from the Eurasian Training Centre in Kazakhstan enjoyed a warm and professional relationship with NI-CO that enabled us to have a very fruitful time studying at the University of Ulster.
Dinazat Kassymova, Tutor Trainer and Head of Administration, Eurasian Training Centre, Kazakhstan.
I would like to extend my appreciation to NI-CO for their work and effort in regard to the recent EU funded project. The project may have ended but the legacy of NI-CO’s invaluable expertise and support lives on, helping Jordan to meet the challenges presented by international trading legislation.
Dr Armani Kudeir, EU Affairs Officer, Ministry of Planning and International Co-operation, Amman, Jordan.
I would like to place on record my sincere thanks to NI-CO for their support to the Qatar Ministry of Interior capacity building program. Both in hosting visits to Northern Ireland and delivering training in Qatar they have demonstrated professionalism, cultural sensitivity and flexibility and remain a valued partner.
Kevin Smith, Advisor Qatar Ministry of Interior.
The expertise and skill of NI-CO’s specialists has not only advanced the cause of justice in Nigeria but their sensitive approach has helped to foster collaborative relationships.
British High Commission, Abuja, Nigeria.