IRC trains police on human rights in Aweil
AWEIL (15 Sep.)
The international Rescue Committee, IRC, a US supported international
organisation involved in humanitarian activities in South Sudan has in
collaboration with local authorities in Aweil town, capital of the new
state, conducted a human right training for up to 25 police officers in the
The training is part of the capacity building support it provides to the
local authorities on human rights and general rules of the police. The four
days workshop was opened by the Aweil state Governor, Ronald Ruai Deng on
Tuesday and is expected to be concluded after four days.
Acting police commissioner, Major General Mareng Deng, said during the
training would be an opportunity for the officers to learn a lot of things
from the workshop. He urged the police to respect dignity of state citizens
and calls for improvement in police system in the state.
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