The Justice Education Society (formerly the Law Courts Education Society) issued a number of news items recently, including the release of the Society’s International Program Summer 2010 Newsletter. Highlights include coverage of human rights and justice system projects in Central America and Ethiopia and the creation of a Centre for the Interception of Telecommunications in El Salvador, to assist in improving the security situation in El Salvador.
The Society also reported news from the Court Information Program for Immigrants. Binh Luong, the Chinese and Vietnamese Court Worker for the Society’s Court Information Program for Immigrants, will be delivering two public workshops in September for new immigrants that speak Chinese.
And “advertisements for the Court Information Program for Immigrants were placed in bus shelters throughout Vancouver in August. There are also 100 ads placed in buses driving in numerous Lower Mainland communities and, beginning in September, ads will appear in 100 SkyTrain cars.”
Finally, the announced that it “has recently increased how frequently it publishes BC justice news on its Facebook and Twitter pages. Become our friend (Facebook) or follow us (Twitter) to receive links to 2-3 interested justice-related stories per day.”