The COVID 19 crisis will leave a huge impact on society. Many people will be made even more vulnerable due to the crisis and the response to it. MyJustice has produced short videos to throw light on some of these vulnerabilities and potential rights violations as well as provide links to services where available. In responding to COVID 19 no-one should be left behind.
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Lockdown on Domestic Violence
The hidden pandemic of domestic violence has become more acute globally during the COVID 19 pandemic. Myanmar is no different. Leading Myanmar celebrities have come together to call for a stop to domestic violence and to extend support to survivors.
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Keep Courts Open
COVID-19 is not only having a socioeconomic impact in Myanmar, but is also leaving an impact on the criminal justice system. In this video, Daw Khin Moe Moe, Senior Criminal Justice Advisor for International Bridges to Justice tells us why it is important to keep courts open and address justice needs, so that no-one is left behind during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Protect Women's Rights
The second video in this series has been produced in partnership with Akhaya Women Myanmar. As a result of the response to COVID 19 and restrictions to mobility, women facing domestic violence are experiencing an increase in violence. In this video Daw Htar Htar explains the importance of supporting women in this situation.
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Free prisoners, to protect and prevent
The first video in this series has been produced in partnership with Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) an organisation working for the protection of the rights of prisoners.