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Pacific Judicial Development Programme 2010-2015 (PJDP)

Chief Justices' Leadership Forum,
Apia, Samoa 3-5 April 2017


Back row (L to R): Chief Registrar John Alilee (Vanuatu); Chief Justice Carl Ingram (Marshall Islands); Chief Justice Charles Sweeney (Tuvalu); Chief Justice Owen Paulsen (Tonga); Chief Justice Arthur Ngiraklsong (Palau); Justice Christine Grice (Cook Islands) and Chief Justice Patrick Savage (Niue).
Front row (L to R): Chief Justice Sir John Muria (Kiribati); Chief Justice Patu Sapolu (Samoa); Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer (Solomon Islands); Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias (Tokelau); Chief Justice Sir Salamo Injia (Papua New Guinea); Chief Justice Dennis Yamase (Federated States of Micronesia).

The Pacific Judicial Strengthening Initiative (PJSI) is funded by the Government of New Zealand from June 2016 to June 2021.

PJSI looks to address the needs of 14 Pacific Island courts, relating to expanding access to justice to and through the courts; building competent provision of substantive justice outcomes; and increasing efficient delivery of procedural justice services.