By Ishaq Dan-Imam
A Non-Governmental Organization, Centre for women, youth and Community Action (NACWYCA) in partnership with Teens educational Development and Information Initiative (TEDiiN), has trained Magistrates and High Court Judges in Kogi State , on the practice direction for child rights arbitration at the family court designated for trial of Child Rights Offenders in the state.
SOLACEBASE reports that the training was conducted for two days.
According to the President and Chief Executive Officer of TEDiiN, the implementing partner of the USAID-Sponsored SCALE project, Elder Titus Alonge, said the workshop is aimed at reviewing the child rights law rules and order of procedures in the CRL Practice Direction to ensure effectiveness of the law, operational in the state to avoid procedural violation in the course of its implementation.
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Alonge, said the legal document had been adjusted during the review meeting on the child rights.
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