Namati

Jamiyan Gun St. 5/1, Sukhbaatar district
Ulaanbaatar 14240
Mongolia

+976 11 313207

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Badamragchaa Purevdorj


Added on: Jun 23, 2016

Last Updated: Sep 07, 2016

Open Society Forum (Forum) is an independent non-governmental organization established in 2004 with the mission to serve as a platform for informed citizens’ participation in policy formulation and implementation by supporting quality research, information, and stakeholder dialogue. The Forum organizes its work in three core program areas: Governance, Economic Policy and Social Policy.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

Badamragchaa Purevdorj

My name is Badmaa and I oversee the Law programs at the Open Society Forum in Mongolia. I have been engaged with the legal aid efforts in Mongolia and since 2016 we are actively engaged in the legal empowerment initiative that aims to establish basic legal aid system in Mongolia.

Mongolia

Geser Purev

I am from Mongolia and I work for PWD.

Mongolia

Jargalsaikhan Khunan

My name is Khunan Jargalsaikhan and I am a lawyer who works in field of human rights and legal empowerment. It is almost 10 years since I first started practicing law in my country. I have been involved in developing several policy documents such as National development strategy, MDG 9. Also participated in conducting researches on legal empowerment, human rights, legal aid delivery, crime victim and witness protection as well as in drafting laws on legal aid, crime victim and witness protection in Mongolia. Becoming a member of this network will give me more broad, extended knowledge on legal empowerment initiatives around the world that will help, assist me with the promotion and forwarding the concept of legal empowerment.

Mongolia

Saruul Tovuusuren

I am an environmental activist and lawyer. My NGO Universal Rights and Development is engaged in advocating international law and promoting human rights in Mongolia.

Mongolia

Sunjid Dugar

SUNJID Dugar is a lawyer with extensive experience in legal aspects of development. She holds Bachelor of laws from Law School of Mongolian National University, LL.M in public law from Ludwig-Maximilians- University of Germany. She has received doctor degree (Dr.jur.) in comparative constitutional law from Ludwig-Maximilians- University in Germany with the thesis entitled “Comparing study of equal treatment principle in Germany and Mongolia”. She has over 18 years working experience and exposure in various fields, including; lecturing and research in academic field, legal and policy research, legal drafting, project management, consultation and advocacy facilitation works in government and civil society organizations. Her areas as of expertise are constitutional law, human right and administrative law.

Mongolia

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