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  • A video film: officers in the Union Attorney General’s Officer receive English Language Training

    28 September 2017

    MyJustice is supporting English language training of officers in the Union Attorney General’s Office in Nay Pyi Taw in Myanmar. As of August 2017, 49 officers have completed the course. This film captures how the training has made a difference in the day-to-day work of the officers while also supporting their long-term career ambitions. More importantly, the film illustrates the potential for this intervention to have a long-lasting impact on the justice sector in Myanmar.

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  • Bringing Justice to the Doorstep

    28 September 2017

    Available evidence in Myanmar points to the fact that the majority of people, as in many other countries, do not trust or use the formal justice system to address grievances and injustices. Enduring reforms to the state legal and justice system will take time to take root, potentially excluding many people from any form of justice for years to come. MyJustice is, therefore, investing in strengthening a rights-based approach to community-based dispute resolution (CBDR), as it offers the...

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  • Key Results to date

    28 September 2017

    MyJustice is now a fully operational programme with 28 partners working across 46 townships in three states and three regions in Myanmar. Here are key results to date from the work we are doing with our partners to promote access to justice for the poor and vulnerable in Myanmar.

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  • A new Justice Centre launched in Hpa-An!

    28 September 2017

    MyJustice in partnership with International Bridges to Justice (IBJ), opened a new Justice Centre in Hpa-An on the 27th of September 2017, to strengthen access to justice in Kayin State.
    “Justice Centres inform some of Myanmar’s most vulnerable communities about their rights and offer legal aid where it is most needed. Knowing your rights and how to defend them is essential for democratic progress, especially for a society in transition like Myanmar. I am therefore pleased to see the network...

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