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Opportunities

  • Senior Adviser: Legal Aid and Practice (MyJustice II)

    02 December 2019

    We are looking to recruit a Senior Adviser: Legal Aid and Practice for MyJustice II in Myanmar. This is an excellent role for an experienced access to justice/rule of law expert who will be leading the team in complex socio-cultural realities and notions of justice at community level, underpinned by an inherent mistrust of state representatives and the formal justice system in Myanmar. You will work with a wide spectrum of potential partners and stakeholders active in the access to justice...

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  • Final Evaluation of MyJustice

    02 September 2019

    MyJustice is an access to justice programme, funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council, aimed at enhancing access to justice for the poor and vulnerable in Myanmar. The programme comes to an end in November 2019. The British Council is seeking the services of an experienced evaluation organisation to carry out the final evaluation of the programme. For further details please review this invitation to tender and supporting documents.   In order to submit a proposal...

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  • Request for Proposals_ Art for Justice

    06 August 2019

    MyJustice is an access to justice programme in Myanmar implemented by the British Council and funded by the European Union. The programme believes in the power of popular and alternative culture to promote discussion on justice in Myanmar that bring in different people into the conversation – both to discuss the scope of the challenge as well as possible solutions. Artists – both traditional and new media/conceptual - working across performance or visual art, are able to offer fresh...

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  • Call for proposals for a desk review and preliminary assessment of the role of Buddhism in Justice in Myanmar

    01 August 2019

    MyJustice is an access to justice programme implemented by the British Council and funded by the European Union. A study of MyJustice in 2016 showed that many people in Myanmar do not report or try to resolve the disputes or injustices they face because they believe that those issues are the consequences of their past life debts and karma. To pay off those past debts and ensure good karma for their next lives, they believe that they need to let things go and endure the pains. This is a belief...

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