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Opportunities

  • Community Justice Manager (MyJustice II)

    12 December 2019

    We are looking to recruit a Community Justice Manager for MyJustice II in Myanmar. This post will support activities under MyJustice II programme. The MyJustice II Programme, to the value of Euro 19.8 million, has an implementation period of 60 months and an overall objective to: Improve access to justice for women, the poor and people living in vulnerable situations, in Myanmar. The inception phase of MyJustice II is set to commence on 1 January 2020. You will engage and work with a range of...

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  • 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. The MyJustice programme has established itself since 2015 as a leading and influential voice in justice sector reform and is widely recognised for taking a multi-dimensional and politically astute approach to improving access to justice 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...

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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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