Arabic
Law students training
Ever since its establishment, Justice Without Frontiers aims at gathering a largest team of fighters in terms of women’s access to justice case, through a series of trainings among which we mention two about gender, leadership and participation in civil life, the first was destined to law students from different universities and the second to attorneys-at-law



The first session took place for three days from December 2 till 4, 2017 in Padova Hotel with the trainee Danielle Abou Moussa. The session was attended by a number of students from the Lebanese University, NDU Zouk Mosbeh and the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik. During the training, an environment of friendship and motivation was created which facilitated communication between participants who confirmed continuous communication with Justice Without Frontiers in future activities.



In a similar context and under the same title, a second training session was organized in Beirut Bar Association in collaboration with Women’s Committee and under the patronage of the President of Beirut Bar Association attorney-at-law Antonio Hachem. The session was attended by 40 attorneys-at-law. Moreover, women activist Esq. Manar Zeaiter tackled the gender issue, international agreements, the leader’s characteristics and other topics on December 20 & 21, 2017. The session was very effective due to the great interaction and motivation to draft a memorandum that includes effective proposals to implement the resolutions relevant to visits and accompaniment issued by the Catholic Spiritual Court.
At the end of both sessions, certificates were distributed to the participants in appreciation of their promising efforts aiming at making the society a better place and while bearing the responsibility to start at a certain starting point.