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  • Paralegal Network: discussions move forward

    13 August 2016

    More than 30 paralegals from across Myanmar met Aid in Yangon cheap mlb jerseys from 10-12 August 2016 to explore the potential establishment of a Clouds Paralegal Network. Organized by Namati, the event included presentations by MyJustice representatives U Zaw Myat przedsi?biorstwa Lwin The on recent comparative research on paralegal activity in wholesale nfl jerseys Nepal, Cambodia and Bangladesh, and MyJustice Team Leader Caitlin Reiger on the implications of the Legal Aid Law wholesale mlb...

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  • MyJustice participates in Legal Aid Law consultation

    29 July 2016

    On 27-28 July, MyJustice Team Leader Caitlin Reiger round joined a wholesale mlb jerseys multi-stakeholder consultation on the implementation of Myanmar’s new Legal Aid Law in Yaz?c? Nay Pyi Taw. Under the law, the Supreme Court of the Union is tasked with establishing the Union Legal Aid Board and necessary regulations. The consultation, organised with the support of USAID, brought together representatives of the private legal profession, legal aid providers, civil society, members of...

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  • The European Union and MyJustice visit Mawlamyaing Justice Centre

    15 June 2016

    On Monday 13th June, a delegation led by Isabel Faria de Almeida, Head of Cooperation of the EU Delegation to Myanmar, visited Mawlamyaing Justice Centre in Mawlamyaing, Mon State. Mawlamyaing Justice Centre is one of two centres supported by the MyJustice Programme, a 4-year European Union-funded programme, implemented by the British Council. The centre provides free legal representation, advice and assistance to poor and marginalised people in need of legal services, as well as delivering...

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  • MyJustice launches first round of Civil Society Grants

    01 June 2016

    On 30 June 2016, MyJustice launched its first round call for concept notes from civil society organisations who are seeking funding to address justice-related problems in the communities in which they work. Concept notes are invited for both larger Programme and smaller Project grants, with a particular focus initially on activities proposed for Yangon Region and Mon State. The deadline for submitting concept notes is 28 July 2016, with funding awards expected to be made by October 2016....

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