Naymote Advances Justice, Rule of Law, and Peacebuilding in High Schools

Have you heard about the School Law and Justice Program for High School Students?

Naymote Partners for Democratic Development has taken law and justice education to high school students, which is intended to enable students get better understanding and education regarding the rule of law and justice under the institution’s School Law and Justice Program.

The program brings experienced police officers and lawyers to the classrooms to educate students in practical law, crimes prevention, conflict resolution, adherence to the rule of law, due process, and access to justice. The program is expected to help advance justice, promote peace, rule of law and democracy through seminars, lectures, and mock court trials to support Liberia’s criminal justice system.

30 high schools are expected to benefit from the program targeting over 8000 students in Montserrado and Bong County. This program is apart of the Liberia Access to Justice: Community Justice Advisor Project funded by the Carter Center Liberia.

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