In this edition of our quarterly newsletter, we are pleased to highlight a number of our projects aimed at fostering partnerships across the justice sector spectrum in the fight against transnational crime, and our efforts to advance justice and security around the world. Read more...
International Programs Division
National Center for State Courts
Partnering Against Transnational Crime
Washington, D.C.: Partnering to Counter Trafficking in Persons
White House hosts National Convening on Trafficking and Child Welfare. Read More...
Dominican Republic: Countering Financial Crime
U.S. Embassy Santo Domingo sponsors training of trainers in the investigation, prosecution and adjudication of financial crimes. Read more...
Jamaica: Countering Organized Crime
Training assists police and prosecutors to counter organized crime in Jamaica. Read more…
NCSC Around the World
Bangladesh: Celebrating National Legal Aid Day
Over 40,000 people celebrate National Legal Aid Day across Bangladesh. Read more…
Serbia: Opening of Upgraded Courts in Pirot
USAID and Norwegian Embassy open renovated court complex in Pirot. Read more…
Kosovo: Addressing the Youth Deficit in the Legal Profession
NCSC research addresses youth and women in the legal workforce. Read more…
Nigeria: Court Case Management System Installed at Supreme Court
Automated court case management system is installed. Read more…
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Justice Everywhere is a quarterly publication of the National Center for State Courts, (NCSC). NCSC is a unique non-profit organization providing technical assistance, training, and technology to advance justice in the 50 U.S. states and around the world. Founded 40 years ago by the leadership of the U.S. courts to deliver on the promise of Equal Justice Under Law, today, NCSC partners with donor agencies, host-country governments, and non-governmental organizations around the world to promote transparent justice systems and improve the quality of justice services.
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.