The second training workshop on building the capacities of female judges and justice workers in dealing with cases of sexual violence, which was carried out by the General Administration for Family Protection of the Ministry of the Interior in collaboration with Penal Reform International, ended on Thursday in the interim capital, Aden.
The two-day workshop aimed to develop the skills of 30 participating female judges and justice workers in dealing with issues of sexual violence, the reality of women, the judiciary, challenges and solutions, the role of judicial institutions in combating gender based. violence, and the role of the police in combating cases of violence against women. Victims, gender, and its impact on justice sector reform.
At the end of the course, the training and management team for the workshop, consisting of Judge Noura Dhaifullah, Judge Ikram Al-Aidaroos, Brigadier General Alia Omar, and Dr. Abdul Salam Al-Dhali, emphasized the importance of the topics covered in the workshop, which aims to raise the skills of the participants and their contribution to present ideas and activities that improve the role of women workers in the field of the judiciary and the emphasis of the participants to benefit from the lessons and topics that were presented. within the program of this session and come up with recommendations aimed at highlighting their practical role in the field and continuing training and qualification programs for them in the future. The management team, as well as the participants, appreciated the support and efforts of the International Penal Reform Organization and the government of the Netherlands to support such things.Programs.
For his part, Penal Reform International Coordinator Nguyen Nader Shamshir explained that the workshop is the second one aimed at this segment of female participants working in the field of justice and justice and comes within the framework of the project to strengthen the role of women police in Yemen . to support peace and access to justice, which the organization implements with funding from the government of the Netherlands.Expressing thanks and appreciation to the management and training team for their role in the success of the workshop program and to all those who contributed to holding the training course .