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  • Justice Minister David Ford is pictured with the NSPCC Young Witness Participation Group. The group were responsible for producing the young persons version of the Victim Charter.

    Ford launches new Charter for victims of crime

    Justice Minister David Ford has launched a new Charter for victims of crime.

  • Justice Minister David Ford (centre) has advised people to ensure they stay safe online

    Justice Minister David Ford has advised people to ensure they stay safe online.

    The Minister visited a pop-up shop in Belfast city centre offering practical advice to anyone using the internet. Stephen Sharp from the Get Safe Online campaign and PSNI DCI Douglas Grant were on hand to explain to the Minister what simple steps people can take to recognise the dangers and protect themselves.

  • Ford joins celebrations to highlight achievements of Belfast’s youth

    Ford joins celebrations to highlight achievements of Belfast’s youth

    Justice Minister David Ford has opened the annual Belfast PCSP Youth Awards at Belfast City Hall.

  • Justice Minister David Ford has crowned three ‘Justice Champions’ for services to their community at an Awards ceremony in Parliament Buildings.

    Ford rewards Justice Champions with funding from seized criminal assets

    Justice Minister David Ford has crowned three ‘Justice Champions’ for services to their community at an Awards ceremony in Parliament Buildings.

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    Ford welcomes EU Anti-trafficking co-ordinator to Northern Ireland

    Justice Minister David Ford welcomed the EU Anti-Trafficking Coordinator Myria Vassiliadou to Northern Ireland. Ms Vassiliadou attended an event hosted by the Justice Minister, which brought together government and civil society stakeholders on the issue of human trafficking

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