Call for Proposals:
Recognizing the critical role played by legal professionals in Myanmar, this Call for Proposals (CfP) seeks a partner to create and implement a short legal skills training able to engage legal professionals nation-wide so that they can better defend against illegal arrests and detentions in Myanmar.
The call for proposals will contribute to strengthening professional development, ethical lawyering, and to promoting greater access to justice and individual rights. The selected partner will further support MyJustice in its broader access to justice agenda in relation to the justice sector, as well as the public at large.
Interested applicants should review the Call for Proposal and Application Guidance:
These guidance notes are designed to help applicants complete the proposal application templates provided for submitting their proposals. It is important to read these notes before and during the process of completing the application. Failure to provide information as requested or in the requested format may lead to disqualification of the application.
All applications must be made using the templates provided. Applicants are provided with three templates to complete:
- Template A - Legal Skills Training
- Template B Template-B Financial Proposal
- Template-C Due Diligence Checklist
All applications must be made using the templates provided. Template A must be completed using the Arial font type, 11 point.
Proposal submission: Proposals must be submitted electronically to: email@example.com by 11 November 2022 at 23:00 Yangon time.
Expression of Interest: If you have any questions regarding the submission of the proposal, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org until 17:00 on or before the following date: 28 October 2022. Questions will be answered electronically within 5 days (excluding public holidays) by 17:00 4 November 2022.