Center of Legal and Judicial Training | Land Portal | Sécurisation des droits fonciers à travers les données ouvertes
Acronym: 
CFJJ
Phone number: 
+258 21 78 16 15 | +258 21 78 17 14

Emplacement

Rua de Mutatéia n.º 1572 Bairro Fomento – Matola
2749 Maputo
Mozambique
Maputo MZ
Working languages: 
anglais

The Centro de Formação Jurídica e Judiciária (Centre for Legal and Judicial Training, CFJJ) is an organism under subordination of the Ministry of Justice.

It was created in the year of 1997 (Decreto n.º34/97 de 21 de Outubro), started working in 2000 and it was inaugurated by the Former President of the Republic of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano in 2001.

It is an organization that has the mission to train professionals of the sector of justice and work on the legal education of the citizens.

So, the CFJJ has been training not only, and specially judicial magistrate and public prosecutor, but also paralegals, who are trained with the mission to make communities know better about their rights on natural resources and provide them help in order to defend the referred rights when violated or at risk of being violated.

The Center of Legal and Judicial Training (CFJJ) has been training paralegals since the year of 2005, and so far has trained more than 700 paralegals.

CFJJ is an organism under subordination of the Ministry of Justice.

It was created in the of 1997, started working in 2000 and it was inaugurated by the Former President of the Republic of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano in 2001.

It is an organization that has the mission to train professionals of the sector of justice and work on the legal education of the citizens.

So, the CFJJ has been training not only, and specially judicial magistrates and public prosecutors, but also paralegals, who are trained with the mission to make communities know better about their rights on natural resources and provide them help in order to defend the referred rights when violated or at risk of being violated.

The CFJJ has been training paralegals since the year of 2005, and so far has trained more than 700 paralegals.

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