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High School of Justice of Georgia

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USAID/PROLoG Supports Adoption of Standards for Judges’ Specialization in the Rights of the Child

12 August 2020 USAID/PROLoG Supports Adoption of Standards for Judges’ Specialization in the Rights of the Child

The High Council of Justice of Georgia (HCoJ), with USAID/PROLoG support, adopted Regulation on Specialization of Judges in the field of Rights of the Child. The need for the standards emerged when Article 5¹ of the Civil Procedure Code of Georgia came into force in September, 2019, requiring judges specialized in Rights of the Child in legal proceedings involving a child.

In June-July, with USAID/PROLoG support, the High School of Justice (HSoJ) organized the first series of online trainings for Judges to effectively administer the system of child protection. The first trainings covered 171 judges from various courts around the country. A second series will be organized in September, aiming to cover 32 judges.

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