The Annual Access to Justice Week (A2J) begins with number of A2J thematic sessions between the 15 to 16 January, 2018 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. These sessions open for everyone who is interested in access to justice.
These sessions use a participatory approach exploring the access to justice challenges and remedies in areas including:
|Access to Justice Issue in Asia|
Access to Justice and Legal Education in Asia
Pro Bono and Access to Justice in Asia
Access to Justice to LGBTIQ in Asia
Identity and Statelessness
Pro Bono and Gender Base Violence
Pro Bono and Migration
|Supporting the Asia Access to Justice Movement|
Pro Bono Drug Users and Access to Justice in Asia
Monitoring and Evaluation
Ethical Practice of Client Centered Legal Aid Lawyer
Access to Justice and Public Health
Pro Bono and People with Disabilities
Pro Bono with Child ‘s Right
The Asia Access to Justice Week helps connect and unify many persons engaged in supporting the legal and access to justice sector including lawyers, paralegals, university academics, access to justice and other civil society representatives, government, students and private corporations and businesses. As well, the events includes a variety of marginalized individuals and community members.
The vibrant, timely and incredibly relevant Access to Justice Sessions’s sessions provide a venue and platform for learning and sharing, and act as an important mechanism in helping to break down various barriers and stigma. This is achieved in a number of ways including identifying many of the Access to Justice barrier commonalities faced by different marginalized and vulnerable groups and simultaneously demonstrating effective ways and means for these often divergent groups to unite and support each other in solidarity.