UN DPKO’s Criminal Law and Judiciary Advice Service (CLJAS) is keen to develop an online course on the provision of Justice Support in post-conflict and fragile environments. Currently, CLJAS conducts several face-to-face trainings on the subject. It is hoped that the online course will be a cost-effective manner to reach out to a broader audience, while also promoting a common understanding on UN Justice Support.
Mandating organisation / agency / department / ministry
Target organisation type(s)
Mandate outputs / products
Online course on an Introduction to the Fundamentals of Justice Support, including relevant pedagogical resources such as videos/ audios, case studies/ examples, assessments etc.
Outcome objectives of mandate
Overall objectives of the proposed project include:
- Establishing a common understanding on UN approaches, principles and practices relative to Justice Support;
- Ensuring that all UN personnel engaged in justice sector reform have access to basic thematic training on justice reform.
Specific objectives of the proposed online course include:
- Understanding the UN DPKO Justice and Corrections approach;
- Explore the contribution/role of justice and corrections in broader peacekeeping, security, stability and peace efforts;
- Learn about emerging JCS best practice and lessons identified from the field.