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Access to Justice Project

ALG's Access to Justice project aimed to enable the poor to pursue justice through their increased knowledge about basic rights and the judicial system. Furthermore, we also worked on expanding legal information desks in the barangay and municipal court levels.

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NAMATI Project

We are the current Regional Anchor in Southeast Asia for the Legal Empowerment Network - Namati, a community of grassroots justice defenders spread across the world. We are responsible for convening the members in the whol

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AJAR Project

We have partnered with the Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), a Jakarta-based NGO that aims to strengthen human rights and alleviate entrenched impunity in the Asia-Pacific Region.

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Court Appointments Watch

We are a primary member of a network composed of people from the academe, youth, civil society organizations, the private sector, and the media that aims to raise public engagement on the judicial appointments process.

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OMCT Project

The OMCT Project addresses the need to enhance the capacities of civil society to prepare for the use of prosecutorial and other mechanisms for exacting accountability from state agents and the government for the numerous

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CFLI Project

This short-term project, which was supported by the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI), was implemented recently, from November 2013-February 2014.  It included the conduct of education/orientation sessions on local legislation and policy formulation in the areas of human rights promotion and protection, resource management, environmental protection, and gender responsiveness, and on the venues for people’s participation in local governance.   Three sessions were conducte

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Improving Governance to Reduce Poverty: Access to Justice for the Poor

In 2001, the Supreme Court and the European Commission (EC) delegation to the Philippines initially discussed the possibility of an EC grant to fund activities in line with the Action Program for Judicial Reform (APJR).  In 2003, the SC Project: Access to Justice for the Poor Project was approved by the EC and the Government of the Philippines. Later, the Supreme Court was replaced by the Department of Social Welfare and Development as Executing Authority.The project’s main object

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