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  • Capacity Building training on Interest Based Negotiation for ward and village tract administrators in Kawa

    06 March 2017

    MyJustice returned to Kawa Township to conduct two introductory trainings on Interest Based Negotiation (IBN) for 60 ward and village tract administrators (W/VTAs) in partnership with Mercy Corps and the United Nations Development Programme on March 1 to 4 in Bago Region.
    In the opening address, Kawa Deputy Township Administrator U Thein Zaw Oo told participants, “I am really proud of being the first township to receive this training among administrators from across the country. Please...

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  • Capacity building workshop on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for 12 CSO partner organizations

    27 February 2017

    MyJustice is conducting a capacity building workshop on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for its CSO partner organisations on February 27 – 28 at Esperado Hotel in Yangon.
    Thirty-five participants from 12 CSO partner organisations attended the workshop to learn how to design rigorous Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning processes for their project implementation.
    Modules on problem identification, project design, developing indicators and a log frame, and M&E plan preparation are...

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  • Community Based Dispute Resolution Forum

    24 February 2017

    MyJustice and The Asia Foundation (TAF) co-hosted a forum on Community Based Dispute Resolution with experts from regional countries including Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and Nepal on 23 February 2017 at Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon.
    Caitlin Reiger, MyJustice Team Leader, opened the event emphasizing that “In Myanmar, many people do not approach the formal justice system at all, so mediation at the community level is an important component of resolving disputes.” Dr. Kim N. B. Ninh shared some of the...

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  • 2016 Rule of Law Index discussion hosted by MyJustice Programme

    21 February 2017

    On February 20, 2017, MyJustice hosted a discussion on the 2016 Rule of Law Index, an important tool developed by the World Justice Project (WJP). The WJP is an independent, multidisciplinary organization working to advance the rule of law around the world. WJP Executive Director Juan Botero gave an introduction to the Rule of Law Index, which measures how the rule of law is experienced in practical, everyday situations in 113 countries and jurisdictions. Myanmar has been included in the Index...

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