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JTI Conducts Training of Trainers (TOT) on Gender Equality and Violence Against Women and Girls

The Executive Director, JTI Hon. Justice Dr. H.P. Adonyo, the Lead Facilitator Hon. Justice Batema N.D.A together with Participants and JTI Officials at the Opening of the TOT on Gender Equality and VAWG On The Executive Director, JTI Hon. Justice Dr. H.P. Adonyo, the Lead Facilitator Hon. Justice Batema N.D.A together with Participants and JTI Officials at the Opening of the TOT on Gender Equality and VAWG On
At least 20 judicial officers are taking part in a three-day Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop in Gender Equality and Violence Against Women and Girls (EVAW)
 
The training is being conducted by the Judicial Training Institute(JTI), with support from UN Women, under the theme "Capacity Strengthening for Delivery of Gender Responsive Justice Service in the Uganda Judiciary” which is a result of a two-year MoU between the Institute and UN Women.
 
The training was opened by Hon. Justice Dr. Henry Peter Adonyo, the Executive Director JTI who in urged the participants to pay keen interest in the training so that when they go back to their stations they can also train others.
 
The workshop is, among others, being facilitated by the Soroti Resident Judge, Justice David Batema, covering topics such as Judicial Activism, Gender & Access to Justice, UN Justice and Policing Essential Services Package for Women and Gurls Subject to Violence and Revolutionizing the internal operations of the Judiciary.
 
The project is intended to address gender-based gaps in the delivery of justice with a focus on judicial officers and other personnel in the Justice, Law and Order Sector Institutions.
 

The participants are a cross section of judicial officers who include judges, registrars and magistrates.

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