A series of 12 types of new brochures was published with the support of the Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine Project. Their topics cover the most relevant and important issues, as they were selected based on the analysis of citizen requests to local legal aid centres and bureaus, and reflect the actual legal needs of territorial community residents.
A three-day training session was held in Kyiv to develop the capability of the Coordination Centre’s team
On May 18-20, the specialists of the Coordination Centre for Legal Aid Provision took part in three-day training on capacity development for strategic planning and development of facilitation skills. The training was conducted by the Ukrainian-Canadian project Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine, implemented by the Canadian Bureau for International Education and funded by…
Methodological recommendations on the elaboration of local LA programmes – a special handbook was published
The work on methodological recommendations “The programme of free legal aid provision: elaboration, planning, fulfilment, reporting” is completed. These recommendations are designed to provide local communities with practical tools of solving relevant community problems by developing and implementing targeted programmes of legal aid provision, based on the experience gained in Ukraine so far. The handbook will be relevant and useful for local communities, including local self-government bodies and local executive authorities, as well as to all legal aid providers. The handbook was created and published with the support of the Ukrainian-Canadian Project Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine and the International Renaissance Foundation.