Judges and prosecutors, who completed their training on arbitration, received their certificates. Feyzi Öztürk, Acting Chief Prosecutor of Izmir Courthouse and Prof. Dr. Oğuz Esen, Rector of IUE, awarded the certificates to 112 judges and prosecutors who got trained by Izmir University of Economics Continuous Education Center (IUECEC). Ömer Ömeroğlu, Acting Chief Prosecutor, Celal Kocabaş, High Court Chief Prosecutor of Izmir Regional Courts of Justice, judges and prosecutors attended the ceremony.
Acting Chief Prosecutor Feyzi Öztürk stated that arbitration would come into practice with idealist people. Öztürk said, “The employees need to be good-humored and hopeful. Nobody’s sincere anymore. I will make sure to provide social, psychological training. I’ve come to realize the importance of communication. These courses that we attended after work, in a tired mood, taught me a lot. I wish we had arranged these courses long before.”
‘We Need to Reconcile’
Öztürk indicated that we needed to unite as one as a society and reconcile. “Individuals even in the same family are very different. We need to accept people’s differences and work on that. Our country is experiencing inner and outer pressure. We need to have a collective memory,” said Öztürk.
Prof. Dr. Oğuz Esen stated that serving the society was the mission of the University. Prof. Dr. Esen said, “Life-long learning becomes very essential with the increasing of work period due to expanding of the life span and diversification of career paths. A single diploma is not enough anymore, knowledge needs to be renewed, and its extent needs to change sometimes. Young population is shrinking and elderly population is increasing. We want to continue to contribute to the society through such training courses.”