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  • Interest-Based Mediation training of Ward and Village Tract Administrators in Myanmar

    24 January 2018

    The majority of people in Myanmar, in common with many other countries, cannot, or do not, use the formal justice system to address their grievances and injustices. Multiple research points to the central role that the ward and village tract administrators (W/VTAs) play in dispute resolution. While many W/VTAs have had previous experience with dispute resolution, few have received any formal training to help them in this aspect of their role. MyJustice has partnered with Mercy Corps to provide...

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  • Acting for Justice: A film on using community theatre for legal awareness in Myanmar

    15 January 2018

    MyJustice’s partner organisation Association François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) has been using community theatre to build legal awareness in select areas in Yangon Region and Mon State with the support of the MyJustice programme.
    The film follows the theatre group as it hosts a workshop with Ward and Township Administrators and community people, as they assess the issues that are most compelling for the community they are about to address and finally they sketch out the script that moves from...

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  • Request for Proposal for design and visualisation services

    03 December 2017

    MyJustice is looking for a supplier to provide design and visualization services in order to produce a range of reports, briefs, infographics and other audience appropriate products on a landmark survey on justice issues. If you wish to apply for this opportunity please click on the link below to find out more.
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    Date / Time
    RFP issued to bidding suppliers
    December 4, 2017
    Deadline for clarification questions (Clarification Deadline)
    December 9, 2017
    British Council to respond to...

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  • New research consultancy opportunity for a national and international consultant

    01 December 2017

    MyJustice is an access to justice programme funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council. MyJustice aims to equip people in Myanmar with the knowledge, confidence and opportunities to access justice. Much of the work of MyJustice is being delivered by partners with deep understanding and experience of the complex political and social context of Myanmar, including a diverse range of civil society organisations (CSOs). This project aims to support select CSO partners (seven...

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