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Promoting Justice through Gender Equality

High School of Justice, with the support of the project, Promoting Rule of Law in Georgia (PROLOG) conducts training for judges on the topic: Promoting Justice through Gender Equality.

Special curriculum was developed in 2014 on the topic of gender equality with the initiative of the High School of Justice and with the support partner organizations, which is extensively used during the court corps training.

It should be noted that the President declared the 2015 as a year of women. The named decision was also perceived by the High School of Justice as a kind of catalyst for the promotion of the topic.

Success of all the activities performed by the High School of Justice and partner organizations in the field of gender equality is proved by the fact that the Gender Equality Committee of the European Council recognized the named training module and current cycle of trainings created at the High School of Justice as the best practice.

It is planned to continue trainings for judges on gender equality in the future, too.

Address: Kakheti, Lopota Lake.

October 29, 10:00

This program was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of The High School of Justice and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, the United States Government, or implementing partner.