On November 01, 2020, AJO/ADALAT sarted a 10 days training program for the Legal Aid Providers of MOJ on substantive laws. The training participants include LAPs from Kabul and provinces. A tota of 25 participants from Kabul and provinces of Badakhshan, Baghlan, Parwan, Kunduz, Takhar, Paktiya, Juzjan, Nangarhar, Herat, Balkh attend the training. Of the 25 participants 2 of them are female. The topics of the training include general rules and elements of the criminal code, types of crimes with attention to aggrevating and mitigating circumistances of punishment, elements of crimes and case study. Besides; the participants are provided with one volume of the criminal code interpretation along with the training handbook as reading materials. The participants will also be provided with certificates at the end of the training program.
The Afghanistan Justice Organization (AJO) is an Afghan-led, non-profit, and non-partisan organization promotes democracy, governance and rule of law through project design and management, project performance and evaluation, training and capacity development, policy research and analysis, and public awareness campaigns and advocacy.
About ADALAT Project
Assistance for the Development of Afghan Legal Access and Transparency (ADALAT), in the concerted effort to promote rule of law and justice sector development in Afghanistan, ADALAT has and will continue to provide key technical support for the refinement of implementation of defined institutional processes of the primary state and private actors who operate the formal and informal legal systems.
AJO/ADALAT kicks off a 10 days training to Legal Aid Providers (LAPs) of Ministry of Justice (MoJ) on Substantive Laws