JSCA to train more than 800 officials of the Mexico City Judicial Branch

More than 800 officials from the Mexico City Judicial Branch (PJCDMX) will receive specialized JSCA training on civil and family justice reforms in the Americas, with an emphasis on the installation and strengthening of orality in both areas. The courses are part of a program supported by the Judicial Studies Institute of the PJCDMX, the Commission for the Implementation of Civil, Commercial and Extinction of…

“Ways to resolve civil and family conflicts and their effectiveness in Colombia and Peru” (IDRC – JSCA)

Throughout 2023, two JSCA consulting teams formed by Mateo Vasquez Echeverri, Samed Mateo Vargas Montero, Leonardo García and Lizeth Johanna Ñungo Pérez (Colombia) and the Former Minister of Justice and Human Rights Eduardo Vega Luna, Federico Chunga Fiestas and Cristell Paola Casani Apaza (Peru) have traveled to six locations in these countries to meet with officials from conciliation centers, with the aim of reflecting and…

JSCA announces its new CEJACAMPUS platform

CEJA announces its new CEJACAMPUS e-learning platform, specialized in strengthening competencies for the transformation of justice systems in Latin America and the Caribbean, with various programs and courses that increase and integrate the knowledge, capabilities and qualities of participants. CEJACAMPUS seeks to generate a community committed to the rule of law and democracy in the countries of the Americas, with the necessary capabilities and tools…