Luanda — A cycle of training on Justice Administration System for children is being held since Tuesday, in Luanda, in an initiative of National Judiciary Studies Institute (INEJ), under a partnership between the National Directorate of Justice Administration of Justice Ministry and Human Rights and UNICEF.
According to a press note from the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, which reached Angop on Wednesday, the training, to end on Friday, is part of the project financed by European Union and aims to promote the training and the reinforcement of institutional capacity, so as to set up and strengthen a functional and effective justice administration system for children.
During three days, the participants will discuss issues related to "Models of Implementing Alternative Measures".
According to the document, with this initiative the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights and partners intend to contribute to the capacity building, improve the institutions system and adequate legislation, as well as the initial and permanent training of higher education cadres that work in the justice system administration for children.
The note explains that the training is destined for key stakeholders of justice administration for children, such as officers of Criminal Investigation Services, penitentiary services, lawyers and prosecutors, socio- education agents, technicians of MINARS, INAC and of the Provincial Delegation of Justice and Human Rights of provinces of Luanda, Malanje, Bié, Cuanza Sul, Bengo, Moxico and Huambo.