The 5th Trio For Justice – An Incredible Weekend
Feb03

The 5th Trio For Justice – An Incredible Weekend

By Wendy Connington volunteer On the weekend of January 12th, one of BABSEACLE’s most significant events took place: the 5th Trio For Justice.  This running and awareness-raising event brought together people from across the globe to run, have fun and promote access to justice issues. Although a running event, it was used as a means of harmonizing BABSEACLE’s philosophies of raising access to justice issues, bringing people together...

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The 5th Trio For Justice and Pre Trio Dinner: A Great Success
Jan28

The 5th Trio For Justice and Pre Trio Dinner: A Great Success

Click here to read in Thai The 5th Trio For Justice took place on the 12th of January 2014 in Huey Tueng Tao Park in Chiang Mai to raise funds to support clinical legal education and community empowerment initiatives. On 12 January 2014, over 400 runners, walkers and volunteers from all corners of the world took part in a Half Marathon, 10K and 5K run/walk as well as a 3K fun run/walk. These events make up the Trio For Justice, a...

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5th Trio For Justice, Sunday the 12th of January
Jan02

5th Trio For Justice, Sunday the 12th of January

With the 5th Trio For Justice just around the corner, the whole organisation has caught the Trio fever. Our team recently visited the Huey Tung Tao Park to replace the banners informing everyone that the Trio is now only 1 week away. Not only did we replace the banners but we even tested the course so we can guarantee a 100% satisfaction that the course will provide runners with breathtaking views of the lake  and the park itself. In...

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My first time in Chiang Mai
Dec23

My first time in Chiang Mai

Kaisone Dalasack (Aj.Sone) My first time in Chiang Mai has been  participating in the the BABSEACLE Externship Clinic and I would like to share my experience. Before I arrived, I thought the weather would be very cold. When I arrived in October it was hot, similar to Laos, so that was a welcome relief. When I came, I was very happy because the people were very kind and friendly and the culture (including many festivals) is also very...

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CLE Impact- Australia
Dec23

CLE Impact- Australia

Lisa Thien Huong Nguyen A common aim of Clinical Legal Education (CLE)is ‘providing professional skills training, instilling professional values of public responsibility and social justice in law students.'[1] This article will briefly discuss how CLE has contributed to a greater access to justice and community empowerment as well as the strategies which have been used that differ to what most Australian law students are...

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