PESHAWAR: A five-day-long training for the members of the dispute resolution councils (DRC) on basic laws and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) concluded here on Monday.
DRC members from the Upper and Lower Dir, Swat and Bannu districts attended the training arranged by the UNDP’s Strengthening Rule of Law Project (SLRP) in collaboration with the Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police. It was held at the police school for information technology. Minister for public health engineering Shah Farman was the chief guest at the certificate distribution ceremony.
The minister lauded the services of UNDP-SLRP and EU for strengthening rule of law and improving access to justice. He said that they were hopeful that the engagement with DRCs would have a long lasting impact on access to justice service and rule of the law in the province.
Published in Dawn December 27th, 2016