New law on the books: Women Judges provide Leadership on Trafficking in Persons in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Port-au-Prince, Haiti | IAWJ’s Member Association in Haiti, the Chapitre Haïtien de l’Association Internationale des Femmes Juges (CHAIFEJ), is conducting training for newly appointed judges this week in Port-au-Prince from Monday, October 29, to Wednesday, October 31.
The training is part of our project on Combating Human Trafficking in Haiti and is focused on combating trafficking in persons (TIP) in the country. Specifically, judges are being trained on how to identify TIP cases and promotes improved coordination between Judges, Prosecutors, Police and Social Workers.
You can see a short clip of Monday’s training below, as well as some pictures.