SUPREME COURT HOSTING TALKS ON ‘ PROTECTIVE MEASURES ‘ AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS

SUPREME COURT HOSTING TALKS ON ‘ PROTECTIVE MEASURES ‘ AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS

To mark this Year’s International Day against Trafficking in Persons (TIP) which will be observed on Saturday July 30th,2022 the Supreme Court of Judicature is hosting a series of Discussions on what it describes as “protective Measures” for addressing “the modern-Day Slavery” and the Law in relation to TIP Offences.

The First of those Talks was already hosted on a Radio 94.1 FM Program on Tuesday with Chief Magistrate Madame Ann McLennan ,who sought to explain what constitutes TIP, and how it is punished by Law.

Magistrate Madame Ann Mc Lennan who is President of the Guyana Association of Women Judges (GAWJ) stated also that the Association is hoping to raise awareness of what she said is a “serious modern-Day Slavery Crime.”

Chief Magistrate Madame Ann Mc Lennan

 

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