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Dispute Resolution Foundation gets $34 million injection from EU

March 7, 2010

It will also provide capacity building training to community personnel that will help them to strengthen their local justice systems, and empower community members to take control of their lives, enhancing national security and good governance.

One of the activities under the project is a comprehensive public education programme, through the use of town hall meetings and the electronic media.

Speaking at the launch Thursday (March 4), Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Senator Dorothy Lightbourne, thanked the EU for its support to Jamaica and said the project will contribute to the justice reform process.

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