The winners of the grant competition and the local center integrators discussed further work within the framework of the supported projects

On 16 and 17 February, with the support of the Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine Project and the International Renaissance Foundation, the capital hosted a constituent meeting between the winning organizations of the “Integration of Primary and Secondary Legal Aid at the Level of Territorial Communities” grant competition.

“No wrong door policy”, or what is important for strategic planning of institutions dealing with the provision of LA

On April 19-21, 2016, with the support of the project Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine took place a mission of Canadian experts of Legal Aid Ontario, in the framework of which a number of meetings and expert discussions with the representatives of the legal aid system team, the Coordination Centre and Secondary Legal Aid Centres, took place.

According to the results of the competition “Integration of Primary and Secondary Legal Aid at the Level of Territorial Communities” it is recommended to support 36 grant projects

The results of the second stage of the competition “Integration of Primary and Secondary Legal Aid at the Level of Territorial Communities”, conducted by Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine Project jointly with the International Renaissance Foundation under the auspices of the Coordination Center for Legal Aid Provision, were summed up.

With the support of the project, a training was held for heads of frontline client service sections and heads of departments on access to FSLA at regional and local FSLA centers

A three-day training session was held in Kyiv for the heads of departments on FSLA organization of the regional centers and  frontline client service sections of local FSLA centers, organized with the support of the Canadian-Ukrainian Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine Project and the International Renaissance Foundation.