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Justice, Security Actors Hail FIND
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Justice, Security Actors Hail FIND

By Philip T. Singbah, LINA Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, May 6 (LINA) - Justice and security sector actors in Bong County have praised the Foundation for International Dignity (FIN D) for its continued support to the dispensation of justice in the county.

The actors include Magistrates, City Solicitors, police officers, officers of the Bureau of Correction and Rehabilitation, Human Rights Officers, social workers, clerks and sheriffs of courts, among others.

They made the commendation at the close of a day-long Case Flow Management Retreat held at the Regional Justice and Security Hub in Gbarnga.

The retreat was organized by FIND with its International Civil Peace Advisor Lena Gruber serving as lead facilitator.

According to them, FIND has not only played a constructive advocacy role in strengthening access to justice in the county, but has also helped in building their capacity.

They said the establishment of the Case Flow Management System has increased their knowledge in law and various human rights issues.

The beneficiaries have, meanwhile, reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening coordination not only among themselves but also with human rights groups and civil society organizations in the county.

In response, FIND National Program Officer Aaron Juakollie pledged his organization’s continued support to the justice system in the county in an effort to promote human rights and good governance in Liberia.

Juakollie said the Case Flow Retreat was intended to further strengthen coordination among Justice and security actors in the dispensation of justice in the county.

He noted that FIND is also working with other civil society organizations and justice and security actors in the county under the system to decongest the Gbarnga Central Prison.

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