During the week of 14-18 October 2019, the Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice carried out, in the State of Mexico, a series of activities aimed at promoting the use of restorative mechanisms for the resolution of criminal and juvenile criminal conflicts in the Region.
This week, the Mirada Ciudadana Project's Experts and Coordinator will be in Paraguay, where different activities are being carried out within the framework of the Project.
For some time now, training has been provided in improving the quality and techniques of products made by women artisans from various municipalities and localities in the department. It has been initiated and encouraged by both the Coordinadora de Municipios and the Mirada Ciudadana Project, whose leaders came up with the proposal and hired the teacher responsible for it.
Funded by the European Union, the Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice, led by Magistrate Rafael Segura Bonilla of the Criminal Cassation Chamber and Coordinator of the Restorative Justice Programme and implemented in conjunction with the Judicial Branches of Colombia and the State of Mexico, with the support of the ADELANTE Technical Assistance, teams up with the Higher Council of the Judiciary of the Judicial Branch and the Rodrigo Lara Bonilla School for the judiciary, both in Colombia, an
Delegations from the Judicial Power of Colombia, the State of Mexico and Costa Rica participated on 2 and 3 October 2019 in Costa Rica, with the financial support of the European Union, in a training session on Restorative Misdemeanor Justice, thus promoting the implementation of Costa Rica's Restorative Justice Law, which entered into force on 20 January 2019.
Delegations from the Judicial Branch of Colombia, Mexico and Costa Rica participated, on 2 and 3 October 2019, in Costa Rica, and with funding from the European Union, in a training on Restorative Misdemeanor Justice, thus promoting the implementation of Costa Rica's Restorative Justice Law, which entered into force on 20 January 2019.
The Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice, financed by the European Union, promotes the implementation of the Restorative Justice Law in Costa Rica by holding community meetings to provide information and raise awareness of new restorative processes.
The Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice, financed by the European Union and coordinated by the Costa Rican Judicial Branch, provided training on the differential approach to caring for crime victims and prosecuting offenders through restorative justice in criminal and juvenile justice for civil society in Colombia.
The Coordinator of the Mirada Ciudadana Project, Mrs Lucy Larrosa, visited, together with an Expert from AGESIC, the Citizen Service Points (CSP) of Tres Islas, Cerro de las Cuentas, Fraile Muerto, Ramón Trigo and the CAC de Tupambaé.
During these visits, the equipment was left in operation and technical assistance was provided in the use of the platform, IC reader and access to the most frequent procedures.
The Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice, funded by the European Union, with the support of Marisol Barboza Rodríguez of the Edgar Cervantes Villalta Judicial School of the Costa Rican Judicial Branch, held a workshop on the design of training for the restorative approach to issues involving indigenous people.