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On December 7-8, President of Afghanistan Justice Organization, Shafeek Seddiq participated and spoke at the Research Conference 2014 on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) hosted and sponsored by Hedayah , Curtin University , and People Against Violent Extremism in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Read More..
On August 17, 2014, AJO conducted Training Program Closing and Certificate Distribution Ceremony at the end of a five days training course for ATPD prosecutros on New Criminal Procedure Code. A total of 13 Prosecutors participated in the training focusing on topics such as Detection, Prosecution, Testimony, Trial and Nullity of Proceedings. This training program was exclusibely designed for the professional members of Internal and External Security Department based in Kabul commenced from 11th to 17th August 2014. Read More..
On 6th August 2014, AJO conducted its 18th Seminar for professional members of ATPD in their office. A total of 13proseuctors attended the seminar. The main topic of this seminar was Nullity of Proceedings in Criminal Cases.Read More..
The Regional Steering Group Meeting of GPPAC South Asia was held in Kathmando, Nepal from 10-11, August 2014organised by the Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS) and the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Violent Conflict (GPPAC). The objective of the RSG meeting was to enable regional members of the network to discuss the regional agenda for 2015. Kabul, Afghanistan was initially selected as the location of the meeting, to provide regional members an opportunity to interact and network with local CSOs in order to facilitate future collaborations on South Asian issues but due to security problems, the location was changed to Kathmandu, Nepal.Dr. Wadir Safi, Vice President/AJO represented AJO in this meeting. Read More..
On 15 July 2014, AJO started a seven days indepth training on Opinion Writing to the Anti Corruption Judges in coordiantion with the Judicial Training Department of the Supree Court of Afghanistan. A total of 14 Judges form Kabul and Maidan Wardak provinces participated in the training.This training is the first training of its kind conducted by AJO and the purpose has been to train Judges to write verdicts based on the law train judges to be trainer in future.Read More..
The Code of Conduct and Professional standards for Prosecutors of Attorney General Office was approved by Supreme Council of Attorney General office of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 06/07/1389. This Code of Conduct consists four chapters and 28 articles, the various aspects of professional standards are included.Read More..
On 26th October 2013, the training department started a five days trianing on “Anti Corruption” in coordiantion with the Ministry of Haj for the Mullahs from Kabul province. A total of 22 Mullahs participated in the training who were identified and introduced by the Ministry of Haj. Origionaly the number of participants introduced was 25 but due to some reason, three of the participants could not participate in the training.Read More..