Sudan Judiciary trains 60 judges

In a continuing effort to strengthen the capacity of Sudanese judges, Sudan Judiciary’s Training Department with support from the Capacity Building of the Sudan Judiciary project, is holding a series of capacity building sessions aimed at training 60 judges in several areas of law from 15 February to 30 June 2009 in Khartoum.

Designed and implemented by the Judiciary’s Training Department, the training programme aims to train 60 judges in several areas of law. Conducted by senior judges and law professors, the sessions cover a wide range of legal fields from criminal and civil law to commercial and Islamic law.

The first round of training targeted public court and 1st grade judges from several Northern Sudan states from15 February to 11 March. The second session (5-30 April) is currently targeting 2nd and 3rd grade judges. Focusing on appellate court judges, the final round of training will kick off around mid-May.

This training program is funded by the Capacity Building of the Sudan Judiciary project that also provides technical support to help the Judiciary in further strengthening the capacity of Sudanese judges.

The three-year project is managed by UNDP in collaboration with the Sudan Judiciary, and funded by the World Bank-administered Multi Donor Trust Fund and the Government of National Unity.

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