Judicial Orientation Training for Newly Appointed Acting Judges
Ten (10) acting judges have been provided with valuable information about the importance of their role as Judges of the Papua New Guinea National Court. A week-long training was conducted early this month to acquaint the newly appointed acting judges with areas of substantive law and administration such as judicial decision making,... Read More
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) has reached out to communities to promote access to justice through awareness and training of Village Court Officials.
A team led by Executive Director Dr. John Carey and Deputy Executive Director Mr. Sam Kaipu, along with Program Officers Mrs. Stacey Levakia Wali and Mrs. Arabella Owen visited Village Court Officials in... Read More
Staff from provincial courts in the country will be receiving more training in the coming years in order to upskill them to face latest developments and challenges, and continue promoting access to justice.
“There will be more training for you over the next few years that will assist you to improve your quality of life and upskill your performance to... Read More
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) has facilitated its second Training of Trainers (ToT) course for this year (2021) which graduated nine new trainers into the PNGCJE Faculty of Trainers.
The first ToT training was held in May, which saw 17 officers of the National Judicial Staff Service (NJSS) attending and receiving their ToT Certificate and becoming... Read More
The PNGCJE Executive Director Dr John Carey has presented a paper during a virtual conference hosted by the Commonwealth Magistrates and Judges Association.
The theme of the conference was “Post-Pandemic Innovations” and was held from September 12 – 15, 2021. Dr Carey presented on the topic “Digital Footprints” on Tuesday, September 14.
“Whenever you use an online service you leave a... Read More
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) has conducted its sixth and final awareness on “Basic Rights and Fundamentals of Justice” at the Pacific Adventist University in Port Moresby.
The program was held at the Koiari Park English Church in PAU on August 28, 2021, which saw nearly 200 people including church members, primary and high school students,... Read More
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) has conducted another awareness on “Basic Rights and Fundamentals of Justice” which adds to a total of four awareness programs in four weeks.
The awareness was held at the Mahuru Gaudi Memorial United Church in Vabukori village, Port Moresby on 11 August 2021 which saw over 50 people attending and participating... Read More
A financial literacy training course designed by the Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence will now be delivered to District and National Court staff right across the 22 provinces of PNG within the next 12 months.
The Financial Literacy Training designed by PNGCJE Finance Manager Mr. Gitu Lago will be brought out to the National Judicial Staff Services (NJSS)... Read More
A third awareness program on “Basic Rights and Fundamentals of Justice” was conducted by the Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence at the Bisiatabu village up in the Sogeri mountains in Central Province on 5 August 2021.
The program was presented as a discussion with PNGCJE Finance Officer Ms. Stella Tadies moderating the session and asking questions to PNGCJE... Read More
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) has conducted a second awareness program on “Basic Rights and Fundamentals of Justice” at the Tatana village in Port Moresby on 29 July 2021.
PNGCJE Executive Director Dr. John Carey speaking to the audience in the Araira United Church in Tatana Village.
The purpose of the awareness was to help the ordinary... Read More