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As we previously informed you TLS has negotiated with National Health Insurance (NHIF) special rate for health cover for TLS members, the rate offered by NHIF under the proposed arrangement with TLS will be TSH: 1,056,000 for each Advocate with spouse plus his/her 4 beneficiaries (Children) per year.
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African Court Coalition Online Capacity Building Training for Legal Practitioners on the Engagement with the African Court and African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights
Supported by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI) under the Financial Support of SIDA
Objective: The main objective of the online capacity building training is to enhance knowledge of legal practitioners and enable effective engagement with the African Court and African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. Trainees will also be equipped with knowledge on the available implementation mechanisms and effective ways to follow up on the implementation of decisions of the African Court and African Commission.
Targeted Participants: Legal practitioners working with Civil Society Organisations and Human Rights Institutions in Africa. Preference will be given to legal practitioners who have been actively involved in human rights-related work in Africa in the last 2 years.
Training Modules and Dates: The online capacity building training will be divided into 4 Modules (Please see table below). Each module shall not exceed a maximum of 3 hours.
|Module 1||1 October 2020||12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Arusha Time (EA)||Rules of Procedures of the African Court and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights|
|Module 2||8 October 2020||12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Arusha Time (EA)||Strategic engagement with the African Court and African Commission and lessons from other Regional Human Rights systems|
|Module 3||12 October 2020||12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Arusha Time (EA)||Inclusion of Gender issues while engaging with the African Court and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights|
|Module 4||16 October 2020||12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Arusha Time (EA)||Implementation mechanisms at national and regional level and effective tools to follow up on Implementation of decisions of the African Court and African Commission|
Language: The training workshop will be carried in the English language with the simultaneous interpretation of French and Portuguese.
Participation criteria: To be considered for participation, applicants must complete the application form available on the African Court Coalition website (see link below) and attach a one-page curriculum vitae in PDF version.
All applicants must complete and submit the registration form which can be found online at www.africancourtcoalition.org/register
Online application forms must be sent no later than 27th September 2020.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that the online capacity building training has been moved to start in October 2020 instead of 9th September 2020 as initially announced This change has been made to allow publication of the new Revised Rules of Procedure of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights which will be officially publicized on 25th September 2020. If you have already sent an application before this change please do not resend.
Hon. Mustapher Siyani, the Judge In Charge of the High Court of Tanzania, Dodoma Zone officiated the capacity building training to eighty-five Juvenile Justice Frontline Workers to Enhance Justice for Child Victims of Sexual Violence.
The five days training which was conducted on 24th – 28th August 2020 organized by Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) in collaboration with the Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA), Lushoto under the support of USAID through PACT under a project named; Faith & Community Initiative: Engaging the Criminal Justice Sector.
The overall objective of the training was to provide Juvenile Court personnel (Magistrates, Prosecutors, Social Welfare Officers (SWOs), Advocates, Clerks, etc.) with knowledge and skills to implement the Law of the Child Act of 2009 and Law of the Child (Juvenile Court Procedure) Rules, of 2017 effectively and to handle children’s cases in the Juvenile Court accordingly. Along with that, there were specific objectives which are;
The training was conducted in Dodoma region at Royal village Hotel and the Justice Frontline workers trained involved Resident Magistrates working in Primary and District Courts, Public Prosecutors, and Social Welfare Officers working under the respective Local Government Authorities. These participants came from Dodoma, Morogoro, Tabora Shinyanga Bukoba, Dar Es Salaam, Iringa, Mara, Mwanza, Tabora, and Singida regions.
Speaking during the opening remarks, The Tanganyika Law Society Representative, advocate Mary Munissi, The TLS Chapter Convener Dodoma Chapter, welcomed participants to the training on behalf of the President of the Tanganyika Law Society. The Chapter Convener explained that TLS decided to collaborate with the Judicial Institute of Administration (IJA) to create awareness to Magistrates, Prosecutors, and Social Welfare Officers on the Law of the Child Act of 2009 and Law of the Child (Juvenile Court Procedure) Rules, of 2016 in implementation of its statutory mandate to assist the Judiciary and the Government to ensure access to justice for all especially children who are among the vulnerable members of the society.
Ms. Mary Munissi extended her appreciation to PACT for funding the initiative and to IJA for collaborating with TLS to implement the project by availing facilitators within the short timeframe in which the project is to be implemented
TLS representative further urged that the training should be replicated to privacy advocates as they too are key stakeholders in the implementation of the Law of the Child Act especially where a child needs legal representation. In addition to advocates, other key stakeholders who would benefit from the training include police officers especially from the children and gender desk and prison officers.
The facilitator’s team for this training includes
|Hon. Nyigulila Mwaseba||Deputy Registrar& focal person on the child rights justice –Main Registry, Dar es Salaam.|
|Mr. Darius K. Damas
|Principal Social Welfare Officer-Upanga Retention Home, Dar es salaam.|
|Miss. Tundonde Mwihomeke||Assistant Lecturer; Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA).|
|Hon. Sophia Wambura||Judge of the High Court of Tanzania Deputy Dar es Salaam Zone|
|Ms.Mwanabaraka Mnyukwa||Lecturer and focal person for the Training on Child Justice-IJA-Lushoto.|
|Ms. Asha Mbaruku||Social Welfare officer In charge – Kisutu Juvenile Court.|
During the training the focused area was on general principles for handling criminal proceedings involving children in the juvenile Court, Support for the child in Court – Who should attend child case? Police bail, Charge and arrest, and related court decisions, Court hearings, and Evidence, Child-friendly Courts and Child participation on criminal cases, sentencing, just to mention a few. Further, the training also focused on the general principles/objectives in civil proceedings involving children.
The same training program was extended in two other regions including; Morogoro and Ruvuma during the same month of August 2020. Therefore the training covered 13 councils such as Dodoma Municipal Council, Kondoa District Council, Chemba District Council, Kongwa District Council, Bahi District Council, Kilosa District Council, Morogoro Municipal Council, Kilombero District Council, Songea Municipal Council, Songea DC, Mbinga Town Council, and Tunduru DC.
For more information on regarding what happened during the training and how participants benefited kindly WAKILI TV, an online TV through the following links under the hashtag #ijuesheria;
a. https://youtu.be/pbKPLRyIWu4 (TLS YASHIRIKIANA NA CHUO CHA UONGOZI WA MAHAKAMA LUSHOTO KUENDESHA MAFUNZO HAYA)
b. https://youtu.be/7u1xLetjUkg (MWENDESHA MASHTAKA WA SERIKALI DODOMA: UBAKAJI, ULAWITI, UKATILI BADO CHANGAMOTO KWA WATOTO) c. https://youtu.be/GLeYAKdhJxs (TAZAMA MCHEZO ULIOWATOA JASHO WADAU WA SHERIA KWENYE MAFUNZO YA WATOTO)
Mpendwa wakili na wananchi kwa ujumla, ifuatayo ni Risala ya Raisi wa TLS (Dr. Rugemeleza A.K Nshala) Katika Siku ya Kutoa Heshima na Maziko ya Mzee Mark Dahni Bomani jana tarehe 14 Septemba 2020
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As we previously informed you on the untimely death of our most Senior Counsel who was an active member of the Society, His Lordship, Justice (Rtd) Mark Danhi Bomani Roll No. 251, who passed away today morning, 11th September, 2020 at Muhimbili Hospital , where he was undergoing medical treatment.
This is to inform you that, last respects and mass for the late, His Lordship, Justice (Rtd) Mark Danhi Bomani will be held Monday 14th September 2020 from 1000hrs at Karimjee Hall, and thereafter the burial services will take place evening at his farm residence Goba Dar es Salaam.
We kindly encourage you to attend the last respects and burial, in honor of our dearly departed friend and colleague.
Advocates should attend dressed in bibs and robe
MAY THE ALMIGHTY GOD REST HIS SOUL IN ETERNAL PEACE, AMEN.
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