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Participants of the KyivLEPP 2020 – Kyrgyzstan

We are glad to introduce you to the KyivLEPP 2020 participants. Kyrgyzstan team Develops a model of paralegal network

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Participants of the KyivLEPP 2020 – North Macedonia

We are glad to introduce you to the KyivLEPP 2020 participants. North Macedonian team Team works on a model of Mobile office for paralegal aid:

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Participants of the KyivLEPP 2020 – North Macedonia

We are glad to introduce you to KyivLEPP 2020 participants. Innovators team from the North Macedonia North Macedonian team is looking for a systemic solution to prevent the blocking of social bank accounts, which will allow vulnerable communities not to remain below the poverty line during quarantine:

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Participants of the KyivLEPP 2020 – Poland-Ukraine

We are glad to introduce you to the KyivLEPP 2020 participants. Polish-Ukrainian team of innovators The team works on the communication platform for students, curators and clients of legal clinics of both countries:

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Participants of the KyivLEPP 2020 – Kenya

We are glad to introduce you to the KyivLEPP 2020 participants. The team of Kenya the team works on promoting a communication platform for alternative dispute resolution:

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Launching of Kyiv Legal Empowerment Practical Program

Launching of KyivLEPP has brought to life insightful discussions: how to put people at the center and focus on A2J solutions that solve people’s justice problems? what is the role of (non) lawyers in the inclusive ecosystem of access to justice? Participants shared experience and practical solutions with colleagues and friends from Bishkek to New York. Roman Romanov, Director of the Human Rights and Justice Program of the International Renaissance Foundation, shared the idea of ​​the KyivLEPP, its goals and objectives: “From the very beginning, we in Ukrainian Access to Justice School of Practice have designed KyivLEPP as an opportunity

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Kyiv LEPP participants

On the 23rd of November the School launches Kyiv Legal Empowerment Practical Programme (Kyiv LEPP) – innovations’ incubator in the field of A2J. This year we look at the innovations through the ‘role of (non)lawyers in inclusive access to justice ecosystem’   It was extremely difficult to choose the finalists in the competition. Semifinals gathered 9 teams of innovators from different countries. Each team offered a practical solution in the field of A2J in their country. We pay attention to the fact that activists in the field of access to justice globally are generally concerned with similar problems. In Kyiv

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Democratic society and practical solutions in A2J (KyivLEPP participant’s feedback)

Tamar Oniani – Kyiv LEPP-2019 participant from Georgia: about human rights and democratic society.

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Legal Empowerment for NGOs – educational online video course

During the last three months, Pro Bono Lab program team of the Ukrainian Access to Justice School of Practice together with experts in law business worked on the creation of the first Ukrainian training course for public organizations from law business. Legal Empowerment for NGOs is an educational online video course that involves the cooperation of NGOs, law firms and experts in order to improve the internal operational processes of NGOs. The participants of the course are NGOs-champions, which have passed the competitive selection for training under separate thematic blocks. Thematic blocks were formed on the basis of requests submitted

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Community Advisers Joint Their Efforts to Respond to the Ukrainians’ Legal Inquiries Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Since the very first days of the coronavirus spread, the community advisers have been facilitating elimination of consequences and prevention of the spread of COVID-19 in the Ukrainian communities. Thus, according to the survey conducted by the Ukrainian paralegals in 16 regions of Ukraine, as of the beginning of April 2020, the most common legal inquiries regarding the recovery of rights violated as a result of the spread of COVID-19 were as follows: Violation of the labour laws (dismissal of employees, non-payment of wages, involuntary unpaid leaves); Violation of the patients’ rights (medical facilities refuse to render services to the sick; it is difficult

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