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  • Design and Facilitation Support to MyJustice

    04 March 2019

    As part of MyJustice’s commitment to learning, it hosts a periodic Partners’ Forum, with the last one being held in Yangon on 7 and 8 December 2017. MyJustice plans to design and organize the next (and the last) Partners’ Forum in May 2019 in Yangon. The objective of the Forum is to capture learnings from the implementation of the programme in the last (approximately) 4 years. It is an opportunity to develop a joint understanding of achievements, lessons and challenges along with the partners....

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  • Programme Officer (Short-term)

    19 October 2018

    MyJustice is a four-year (2015 August - 2019 July) access to justice programme funded by the European Union and implemented by British Council. MyJustice works in partnership with 33 local and international organisations to implement legal awareness raising activities, paralegal training, capacity building for legal professionals, provision of legal aid, community based dispute resolution activities and policy engagement with key stakeholders. MyJustice is seeking a national consultant for a...

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  • Monitoring a multi-media campaign on justice issues

    09 October 2018

    MyJustice is a four year (2015-2019) access to justice programme funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council. MyJustice aims to equip people in Myanmar with the knowledge, confidence and opportunities to access justice. The programme engages media in innovative ways to increase legal awareness among the people of Myanmar and also make justice a talking point. As part of this effort the programme has co-produced a TV drama series, The Sun, the Moon and the Truth Season 2...

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  • Facilitating structured CSO Partners Dialogues on Gender

    08 October 2018

    Data from the MyJustice Myanmar Justice Survey  confirms that justice is seen as an ideal rather than a reality or a right. People’s decision-making around the choice of redress mechanism is based on the kind of disputes they experience, the disputes they consider worthy of redress as well as a prior judgement of whether a decision will go in their favour or not. It also seems to depend on gender, economic class and social identity parameters. Other research also confirms that social norms and...

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