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IMPACT STUDY (CONSOLIDATED REPORT) 2 DAY TRAINING ON OFFICE PROCEDURE, MANAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING STAFF OF KP JUDICIAL ACADEMY DATED 30TH MAY 2017

        The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judicial Academy since its inception has been a pioneer in promoting the capacity building of the judicial branch of the government through employing various tools which includes the Training of the Judicial cadre and law enforcing agencies .
A well-skilled and effective  workforce can be organization's greatest asset, yet due care and attention is not always given to providing adequate training and development, and encouraging its uptake. 

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CONSULTATIVE WORKSHOP ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATION COMMITTEE AT KP JUDICIAL ACADEMY ON MAY 24, 2017

     The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judicial Academy Dean and District Session Judge, Khowaja Wajihudin chaired a Consultative Workshop on Criminal Justice Coordination Committee (CJCC) at the Judicial Academy in Peshawar. Members of the Criminal Justice Coordination Committee including, District Session Judges, Prison officers, Probation Officer, District Public Prosecutors and Investigation Officers from district Peshawar, Swat, Swabi, D.I.Khan, Nowshera and Mardan were present at the event.

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A DELEGATION OF TURKISH JUDICIARY VISITED KP JUDICIAL ACADEMY PESHAWAR ON 22ND MAY, 2017

A delegation of Turkish Judiciary headed by Mr. Musa Hebet, High Rank Judge, Deputy Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice and comprising other delegates Mr. Muhsin Senturk, Mr. Hanefi Keskin, Mr. Seyfettin Tuncer, and Mr. Sanver Keles, High Rank Judges of the Supreme Court of Cassation, Mr. Omer Faruk Aydiner, Deputy Chief Prosecutor, Mr. Mehmet Tavfik Elmas and  Mr. Zekeriya Samanci, High Rank Judges of the Court of Appellate, Mr. Mustafa Alcik, Head of Heavy Criminal Court, Mr. Ilker Kocyigit, Head of Trade Court, Mr.

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ANALYSIS OF A CT RELATED CASES FROM THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PERSPECTIVE AT KP JUDICIAL ACADEMY ON 17TH MAY, 2017

        The activity “Analysis of a CT Related Cases from the Criminal Justice Perspective” was a collaborative effort of the KPJA and UNODC under PACT program structured into 07 sessions. The core objective of this activity was qualitative analysis drawn from random sampling of 20 CT cases from KP. It included both acquittal and conviction by ATC and was analyzed by a group of experts from judiciary to determining the following:
·         Gap Analysis: Where did the gaps exist in each case and how can these gaps be removed.

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04-DAY TRAINING OF TRAINERS (TOT) ON STRENGTHENING APPLICATION OF BAIL PROVISIONS FOR CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH LAW FOR POLICE OFFICER, PROBATION OFFICERS, PROSECUTORS, CHILD PROTECTION OFFICERS AT KP JUDICIAL ACADEMY DATED 16-19TH MAY 2017

 The mission of the KP Judicial Academy is to bring behavioral change in young law graduates as judges by inculcating patience, sobriety, confidence, discipline and skills of high quality legal reasoning in them through their capacity development and sensitization of the rights of litigant public in general and vulnerable communities in particular enshrined in the domestic and international legal framework.

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05-Days TC Newly Inducted Lawyers Ron Across KP Province batch III 15-19 May 2017 concluded

The role of an advocate assumes a greater significance with every passing time. Effective service delivery is a sine quo non for maintaining the confidence of the people in the justice system of the country. Hence we are faced with a huge task to promote legal values, ethical standards and rule of law. Since there is always scope & need for the improvement, so therefore, and on the basis of experience from the two conducted trainings for the young lawyers we deemed it appropriate to introduce some modifications and changes in the modules.

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01-Day Seminar on "Etiquettes & Mannerism" for capacity building of special courts/tribunals & law officers of federal government on 24th May, 2017 concluded

   "No one doubts that judges are expected to behave according to certain standards both in and out of court. Judicial Ethics and Etiquette is an important discipline of Judicial education and assumes cynosure for judicial discipline and independence. Ethics and Etiquettes shape the conduct of a judicial officer. Conduct of a judge, both inside and outside the court plays significant role in creating litigants trust in the judicial system and building confidence of public on the institution.

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01-Day Seminar on FATA Integration: Challenges & Prospects, 25 May, 2017 concluded

 The contemporary era has seen merger, integration and unification currents in the 1990s. Out of three integration processes- the German reunification case was more successful with a relatively smooth merger of the two states as the German Democratic Republic (the former East) merged into the Federal Republic of Germany (the former West). The integration and merger process that characterized the unification of Germany was the close and interlinked efforts of the stakeholders and institutions particularly
 

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One Day Seminar on Fast Track Dispute Resolution For Investment Contracts And Transactions (23 May, 2017) concluded

  One day seminar on fast tract dispute resolution for investment contracts and transactions at KP  Judicial Academy on 23rd May 2017. More than 30 judges, lawyers, chambers of commerce, bar associations, representatives of the FATA political administration  and private enterprise were participated in the seminar .

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