People from all over the Globe attend our subsidized trainings, and we have programs in Trinidad and Tobago, Netherlands, Phillipines, etc.
The link provided in the post to this 22nd training, is very detailed this is not an on-line training. These trainings are always filled to capacity, which is why we gladly put these on every three months, as all around the globe, local communities are empowering local youth volunteers to serve as legal advocates for their peers in local grass-roots diversion programs called youth/teen/student/peer court.
As with all trainings and conferences around the globe, it is always wise to verify they are legitimate. If someone can not obtain a visa or afford to attend a training, this should not imply posts are spam or not appropriate. Thousands of organizations get funding from USAID, UNICF, UN, UNDP, Foundations and other philanthropisits, and these types of trainings, especially those affordable and reasonable should be posted if they apply to the specific group.
In our case, Global Youth Justice supports local diversion programs that are grass-roots and local youth volunteers act as legal advocates for their peers involved with justice systems. Our website for Global Youth Justice has everything public domain, so if someone can not come to a training or other event we put on, please feel free to use these resources developed by the Center for Civic Education, Street Law, American Bar Association, Constitutional Rights Foundation and others.
Have a nice day, Scott Peterson, CEO, Global Youth Justice, Inc.