Training for Master Trainers-TOT and Training on Child Protection and Child Sensitive Judicial Procedures for Judges

Nay Pyi Taw, 20-23 June 2017

Training for Master Trainers-TOT and Training on Child Protection and Child Sensitive Judicial Procedures for Judges are held by the Office of the Union Supreme Court at Amara Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw from 20 to 23 June 2017  in collaboration with the UNICEF (Myanmar). 

               

The trainings are conducted under the Multi Year Work Plan between the Office of the Union Supreme Court and UNICEF (Myanmar). In the trainings, effective training method for Master Trainers-TOT, child protection and child sensitive judicial procedures will be lectured by experts from UNICEF (Myanmar).

         

The training for Master Trainers-TOT was held on 20-21 June, 2017 and 20 judicial officers from the Office of the Union Supreme Court, the Office of the Union Judiciary Supervision and judges from the District Courts and Township Courts were attended.

The trainings on Child Protection and Child Sensitive Judicial Procedures for Judges will be held on 22-23 June, 2017 and 35 judicial officers from the Office of the Union Supreme Court, the Office of the Union Judiciary Supervision and judges from the District Courts and Township Courts will attend.

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