NPC’s People Unite for Justice and Accountability (PUJA) project, aimed at promoting community development and wellbeing, held a partner orientation and self-care training session held for 37 participants from partner organizations such as the Center for Human Rights and Development, Peace and Community Action and Right to Life. The training programme familiarised partners with the project's goals and equipped them with skills to support vulnerable communities while enhancing their own mental wellbeing through interactive sessions on stress management, emotional regulation and trauma care.

Also under the PUJA project, an initiative to advance Transitional Justice (TJ) was launched with district level information sessions for state officers. The workshop, the first of 25, examined topics such as supporting the TJ process and the repeal of restrictive laws including the Prevention of Terrorism Act.

TJ workshop

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