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The National Judicial Institute (NJI) is proud to host the IOJT 2022 conference in concert with the International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT).
NJI is a recognized world leader in the design and delivery of judicial education that integrates social context, substantive law, and skills development. Understanding social context—that is, the reality of the people we serve as judges—is vital to addressing social inequality and supporting those who are most vulnerable.
Indeed, the theme for IOJT 2022 is Effective Judicial Education: Understanding Vulnerable Populations. The conference will be an important avenue for collaboration and a learning exchange among judges and judicial trainers. Through such international collaboration we enhance our ability to confront common emerging issues.
We look forward to welcoming you to Ottawa for the IOJT 2022 Conference. See you in 2022.
Based in Ottawa, the National Judicial Institute (NJI) is an independent, not-for-profit institution committed to building better justice through leadership in the education of judges in Canada and internationally. Since its inception in 1988, the NJI has continued to develop and deliver stimulating programs and a variety of electronic resources that foster judicial excellence. Alone or in partnership with courts and other organizations, the NJI is involved in the delivery of the majority of education taken by judges in Canada.nji-inm.ca
The International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT) was established in 2002 in order to promote the rule of law by supporting the work of judicial education institutions around the world. The mission of the IOJT is realized through international and regional conferences and other exchanges that provide opportunities for judges and judicial educators to discuss strategies for establishing and developing training centres, designing effective curricula, developing faculty capacity, and improving teaching methodology.iojt.org
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