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  • Searching for Justice in the Law

    29 March 2018

    What do people of Myanmar think of justice? What is their knowledge about existing laws in the country? What kinds of disputes do people face the most? Who do they trust to settle their disputes? What do people experience when they seek justice? These are some questions MyJustice, a four year (August 2015 - July 2019) access to justice programme, funded by the European Union and implemented by British Council, decided to ask the people of Myanmar. A national survey, designed to assess people’s...

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  • First MyJustice partners’ forum held!

    30 January 2018

    MyJustice partners come together in Yangon to share lessons on what is working and what is not in access to justice programming in Myanmar

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  • Lets talk justice

    30 January 2018

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  • Interest-Based Mediation training of Ward and Village Tract Administrators in Myanmar

    24 January 2018

    The majority of people in Myanmar, in common with many other countries, cannot, or do not, use the formal justice system to address their grievances and injustices. Multiple research points to the central role that the ward and village tract administrators (W/VTAs) play in dispute resolution. While many W/VTAs have had previous experience with dispute resolution, few have received any formal training to help them in this aspect of their role. MyJustice has partnered with Mercy Corps to provide...

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