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JJEI and JURIST Project host gender training for judicial officers in Jamaica

Judicial officers at the training on “Enhancing Equality for Gender Sensitive Adjudication” The Jamaica Judicial Education Institute (JJEI) in collaboration with the Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project will host a training on “Enhancing Equality for Gender Sensitive Adjudication” from July 18 -19, 2018 at the Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica.

The training is intended to build the capacity of judicial officers to be more gender sensitive in their adjudication of family law matters and cases involving gender-based violence.

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW "ENHANCING EQUALITY: GENDER-SENSITIVE ADJUDICATION TRAINING" AGENDA

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Access To Justice - Improving Women’s Access to Justice in the Caribbean

 

In the Caribbean and around the World, citizens want and expect fairness in the application of justice. Yet research has shown that gender is a factor that can negatively impact the delivery of justice...

 

 Click here to view "ACCESS TO JUSTICE - IMPROVING WOMEN’S ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN THE CARIBBEAN"