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
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) has conducted an awareness program on “Constitutional Rights and Freedoms” and “Access to Justice” at the Koki community in Port Moresby on 22 July 2021.
The purpose of the awareness was to help the ordinary people in the community have an understanding of their constitutional rights and freedoms, and how to... Read More
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGCJE) continues to promote financial welfare by facilitating another Financial Literacy Training this year for officers of the National Judicial Staff Services (NJSS) at the Waigani National and Supreme Courts in the PNGCJE Training Room.
The two-day program saw a total of 26 participants with 13 attending on 21 July and another... Read More
Webinar on How to Use the Outlook to Manage Tasks
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence hosted a webinar for the National Judicial Staff Service (NJSS) Court Staff on “How To Use Outlook”. The facilitator was PNGCJE IT Manager Mr. Barry Ludin.
Attendees were introduced to concepts that would enable them to being more efficient in the provision... Read More
GESI Awareness in ITI
Gender Equity and Social Inclusion (GESI) is a subject that is strongly advocated by the Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence and several trainings have been conducted to advocate on the importance of creating equal opportunities and push everyone up to an equal playing field.
The PNGCJE, as part of its community awareness, has carried... Read More
Papua New Guinea Centre For Judicial Excellence collaborates with the University Of Papua New Guinea School of Law.
The Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PNGJCE) Executive Director Dr. John Carey met with the UPNG School of Law Acting Executive Dean Professor John Luluaki earlier this month where important discussions were held on a range of matters.. Read More..... Read More
IOM delivered training on Trafficking Persons (TIP) to 9 women and 7 men from various Districts of East New Britain Judiciary in Partnership with Papua New Guinea Center for Judicial Excellence. See more on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/510228269058886/posts/3062484307166590/?sfnsn=mo
PngCJE is committed to ensuring
excellence in registries in Wewak and Madang. ‘We continue to recognize the
need to deliver the PngCJE’s curricula across PNG for court staff’, says
Executive Director John Carey. During visits to Wewak and Madang on February 19
– 22, there were discussions with Judges, Magistrates and Court Staff on a wide
range of training needs.
Judicial Education has been... Read More