Media Releases

Trinidad and Tobago to launch Gender Equality Protocol for Judicial Officers

5The Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project in collaboration with the Trinidad and Tobago judiciary, UN Women, the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Judges Association (TTWJA) and Caribbean Association of Judicial Officers (CAJO) will launch Justice Through a Gender Lens – Gender Equality Protocol for Judicial Officers on Tuesday November 27, 2018 at 10 am at the Radisson Hotel Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

The Protocol will assist judicial officers in Trinidad and Tobago to adjudicate cases through a gender lens. It builds the capacity of judges and magistrates to identify and address the social, economic and cultural circumstances that perpetuate gender inequality in cases dealing with custody, maintenance, sexual violence, domestic violence and human trafficking.

 CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE IMAGE GALLERY

 

ca 01

To protect and promote the rule of law as a court of final appeal and as guardian of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas...

ca 01

Global Affairs Canada manages Canada's diplomatic and consular relations, promotes the country's international...

ikoni facebook

You can also find us on Facebook. Click the button below to have it take you there, and dont forget to leave us a like...

1000 characters left
ccj
Funded by Canadalogo

© Copyright 2017 JURIST Project. All rights reserved.

JURIST Logo no words

×
JURIST Project on Facebook

Feel free to support us by clicking the like button below

×

CCJ Academy of Law 5th Biennial Conference

The JURIST Project is pleased to be a part sponsor of the CCJ Academy of Law 5th Biennial Conference.

 

CCJ Academy 5th Biennial Conference flyer

For further information on the Conference please visit www.ccjacademy.org