The Attorney General, Akram Al-Khateeb has met the Head of EUPOL COPPS, Mr. Kauko Aaltomaa, The Head of Rule of Law Dep in the mission, Mr. Giovanni Galzignato, the Head-Deputy of the Mission, Ms. Marit Bergendal, and the Legal Adviser of the mission, Mr. Majdy Jafar, in the presence of the Head of Planning and Policies, Chief Prosecutor, Mr. Yaser Hamad.
The Attorney General, Mr Akram Al-Khateeb has participated in the high-level annual meeting of the Justice Sector Task Force, alongside with the Head of the High Judicial Council, Hon. The Adviser Essa Abu Sharar, the President Counsellor of legal Issues, Mr Ali Mhana, the Minister of Justice, Dr Mohamed Shalaldeh, the Representative of Canada in Palestine in his capacity as major donor, multiple representatives of other justice sector institutions, partners, civil society institutions, and donor countries. The meeting aimed at opening discussion and coordination between local members of justice sector and donors, evaluating the previous phase, and presenting the justice sector priorities of next phase within its strategic plan and the national polices agenda of 2017-2022.
under the instructions, of the Attorney General, Mr Akram Al Khateeb, the Juvenile Prosecution Office has concluded a study tour to Tunisia, headed by the Juvenile Chief Prosecutor, Mr Thaer Khaleel, and Juvenile Prosecutors including Mr Majdi Rajabe, Mr Nae'm Ali and Mr Amjad Mebed. The study tour was aimed at moving forward criminal mediation for Juveniles from a cooperative standpoint with official Tunisian parties, civil society, and community institutions involved in mediation system.
The Attorney General, Mr Akram Al Khateeb has met a delegation from UNODC, represented by the Head of UNODC, Mr. Khlaldon Ewas, The reporting and project Officer, Ms Darya Yaxn, in the presence of the Anti-Corruption Chief Prosecutor, Mr. Mustafa Farhan, and the Head of Planning and Policies, Chief Prosecutor, Mr. Yaser Hamd.
CIDA and the Canadian Department of Justice developed a comprehensive five year project to support and promote the Public Prosecution Services. Sharaka project depends on Canadian expertise and leadership to bridge the gap in international aid aiming at supporting the Palestinian judicial sector.
Mateen project focuses mainly on developing selected public prosecution offices in six districts; Nablus, Jericho, Tulkarem, Qalqilia, Dura and Hebron in the technical aspect of their work, developing and automating case management at these offices, as well as training and developing the capacity of prosecutors and administrative staff.
The Swedish representative provided a grant during the years 2009 and 2010 to support the urgent needs of the justice sector institutions: the Public Prosecution, the High Judicial Council and the Ministry of Justice.
This project is funded by the US Department of State. In its first phase, the project focused on supporting the public prosecution offices to increase their efficiency in prosecuting through providing advice, guidance, training and equipment.
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