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  • Community Forum on Access to Justice in Taunggyi, Shan State

    13 March 2017

    On March 8, 2017, MyJustice and the Rule of Law Centre Taunggyi jointly hosted a Community Forum on Access to Justice. More than 50 people attended the event, representing local civil society organisations and networks, government agencies including the Advocate General’s office and Myanmar Police Force, and members of the local legal profession including the Shan State Bar Association.
    MyJustice Community Justice Manager Zaw Myat Lin presented findings MyJustice’s report, ‘Making Big Cases...

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  • Community Paralegal Training for CSO partners organization

    10 March 2017

    On March 9th and 10th , MyJustice is conducting a training on Community Paralegal for CSO partners organization with the purpose of building foundation skills in the design and management of a community paralegal programme.
    Community paralegals are non-lawyers from the local community who are empowered and equipped with knowledge and tools to provide crucial assistance to people with justice related problems. As many MyJustice partner organisations include community paralegal components in...

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  • Rule of Law Centres and Justice Sector Coordinating Body Meeting

    08 March 2017

    On February 22, MyJustice Team Leader Caitlin Reiger and Senior Justice Sector Advisor U Hang Za Thawn attended the first meeting of the “Rule of Law Centres and Justice Sector Coordinating Body” in Nay Pyi Taw. The Coordinating Body was established by Presidential Notification 14/2017 on 9 February 2017, and represents an important step forward by Myanmar’s government to strengthen the justice system.
    Myanmar Union Attorney General U Tun Tun Oo chaired the first convening of the Coordinating...

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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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