Federal Government Establishes Family Courts to Ensure Justice for Children

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Federal Government has established family courts in 16 States to ensure Child-Friendly Justice for Children, either as victims or as offenders of violence.

Minister of Women Affairs, Pauline Tallen, who disclosed this on Tuesday, noted that the establishment of family courts resulted from the effective advocacy and sensitization for effective implementation of the Child Rights Law across the Country.

According to Tallen, the ministry, in collaboration with relevant Stakeholders, has developed policies and carried out a series of programmes to ensure the safety of children.

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