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Synthesising learning from MyJustice: Promoting access to justice in a politically informed and adaptive way in Myanmar

MyJustice is four-year access to justice programme, 2015-2019, funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council. MyJusitce partners with local and international organisation in Myanmar to implement rights and legal awareness-raising activities, legal aid, community-based dispute resolution training and research. As MyJustice nears completion, the programme is seeking the services of an organisation, individual consultant or a group of consultants, to work closely with the MyJustice team, to provide advice and support in the collation of end-programme lessons learnt, that will be programme-driven and -led, from delivering an access to justice programme in Myanmar. Interested individuals and groups are invited to submit proposals.

To submit a proposal, you will first need to register your organisation on the British Council’s in-Tend portal. Follow this link: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil and select the option to ‘Register’ on the left-hand side of the page. This will take you to a page with a few simple boxes to complete your registration. Once you have registered you will be able to log in. Please choose “Tender” on the top menu bar and choose option ‘Current’. Then in the search field, search using the term ‘Synthesising’. This tender will then become visible in the list of tenders displayed. By clicking on this tender “Synthesising learning from MyJustice: Promoting access to justice in a politically informed and adaptive way in Myanmar” you will be able to download the tender documents and later submit your proposal as per proposed timescale.