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  • Organisational Development Coaching for Justice Centres

    12 June 2019

    MyJustice supports Justice Centres in Yangon, Mon, Shan, Bago, Mandalay, Kayin, and Naypyitaw, which provide legal advice and representation in criminal matters for the poor and vulnerable, help raise public understanding of their legal rights and obligations. Justice Centres have evolved substantially since their inception in 2013, growing from two offices in Yangon and Mawlamyaing to twelve offices across the country, from providing services to a few hundred clients in the first years to...

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  • Team Leader: MyJustice II, Myanmar

    28 May 2019

    MyJustice is looking for a new Team leader to lead MyJustice II from 1 December 2019. This is an exciting senior leadership opportunity for an experienced manager to direct this ground-breaking and successful access to justice programme as it moves into its second phase. Apply here.

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

    11 April 2019

    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...

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  • Website and Facebook Page Development for Union Legal Aid Board

    09 April 2019

    The Legal Aid Law (No.10/2016, as amended 2017) establishes the Union Legal Aid Board (ULAB)with the responsibility of developing an effective national legal aid system to ensure fairness and equal rights in criminal proceedings, to reduce unlawful and unnecessary detention of the criminally accused, to educate the public about rights relating to legal aid, and to improve public trust in the justice system. As a newly established government institution, the ULAB wishes to develop an online...

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