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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM LAWYERS AND PARALEGALS

With funding from the European Union (EU), the LRC is undertaking a 3-year project dubbed: Justice for Children: Bridging the Gap Between Legislation and Practice. The Project seeks to create a network of lawyers and paralegals across all the ten (10) regions in Ghana for the provision of services to juveniles (children in conflict/contact with …

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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT FIRMS

With funding from the European Union (EU), the LRC is undertaking a 3-year project dubbed: Justice for Children: Bridging the Gap Between Legislation and Practice. The LRC seeks to use part of its funds from the Project to build an efficient and automated software system which would link children in conflict with the law to …

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PROJECT TO BRIDGE GAP BETWEEN LEGISLATION AND PRACTICE ON CHILDREN RIGHTS LAUNCHED

A project aimed at providing an enabling environment for the protection of children has been launched by human rights based Non-Governmental Organization (N.G.O), Legal Resources Center in Accra. The project dubbed ‘Child Justice’ is supported by the European Union (EU) and will run for three years to help bridge the gap between legislation and practice …

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Justice for Children project launched

Legal Resources Centre (LRC), a nongovernmental human rights organisation, has launched the ‘Child Justice Project’ to create an enabling environment for the protection of children. The three-year project, supported by the European Union (EU), is to bridge the gap between legislation and practice within the Ghanaian Child Justice system. It is aimed at ensuring the …

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LRC ATTENDS A TWO-WEEK GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY LEADERSHIP COURSE IN NAIROBI, KENYA

The LRC has participated in a two-week second regional offering of the Global Road Safety Leadership Course (GRSLC) in Nairobi, Kenya. The course which was attended by Enock Jengre, Project Officer of the LRC brought together 64 participants from 23 countries around the globe. The programme was officially launched on Sunday, 4th March, 2018 by …

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