The EU Mission for the Support of Palestinian Police and Rule of Law

EUPOL COPPS organizes presentations on managing database for provision of trainings by Palestinian Judicial Institute

The court team of EUPOL COPPS Mission held presentations this week for the senior management, including the members of the Academic Committee,  of the Palestinian Judicial Institute (PJI) and the staff working in the PJI Training Department to introduce the participants to the key features of the Swedish database system for Training and Learning Management.

The presentations for eight participants also touched upon topics related to the organisational structure, mandate and activities of the Swedish Training Academy for Judges with a particular focus on the provision of online training activities as a crises management tool during Coivd-19 pandemic.

The presentations were followed by a round-table discussion during which the participants had the opportunity to exchange their thoughts and to identify learning points on how to expand the capacity of the PJI in the field of distance learning and online training.

“ The pandemic has in many ways reshaped our way of approaching the provision of legal training by moving us away from teacher-led classroom training towards remote based model of training, said Anna Wielgosz, the Mission’s Justice expert.

“Our hope is that this opportunity will help promote further exchange initiatives and strengthen the ongoing cooperation between the EUPOL COPPS and the PJI in order to ensure the quality and continuity of legal training in Palestine - especially in times of public health emergency,” she added