60 sessions judges imparted human rights training under Huqooq-e-Pakistan Programme.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- The Ministry of Human Rights (MoHR) has imparted human rights training to as many as 60 session judges under Huqooq-e-Pakistan Training Programme launched recently at Sindh Judicial Academy.

Two batches of session judges have been given human rights training under European Union funded Huqooq-e-Pakistan training and capacity building program by the MoHR, a press release received here said on Sunday.

'Partnerships between judiciary, executive and civil society are instrumental for pushing the agenda of promoting human rights in the country', said Secretary MoHR Rabiya Javeri Agha while addressing the second batch of 30 trial court judges.

'It is an excellent and much needed initiative to work with judges in understanding how national and international human rights law is relevant and applicable in the day to day work of judges in trial courts', said Maliha Zia, Associate Director, Legal Aid Society on the occasion.

Director General, Sindh Judicial Academy Justice (R) Arif Khilji said...

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