IHRDA Trains Magistrates in Guinea on the application of international human rights standards

IHRDA today wrapped up a two-day training for about twenty Guinean magistrates on the application of international human rights standards in Guinea.

Resource persons (domestic and international human rights experts) expounded on diverse human rights issues including protection of human rights on a global perspective, protection of vulnerable groups such as women and children, protection of human rights within ECOWAS and the relevance of international law within Guinean law. Magistrates were also educated on their role in the promotion of Guinea’s international human rights obligation.

The participants treated a hypothetical case at the end of the training which enabled them to demonstrate some of the knowledge and skills acquired during the workshop.

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