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July 13, 2018

Apply for the World’s Only Legal Empowerment Leadership Course

by Namati in Network Dispatch, Opportunities

This December, we’re bringing 60 inspiring voices together at Budapest’s Central European University for the fourth annual Legal Empowerment Leadership Course. This gathering is an opportunity to learn from first-rate faculty, tackle challenges we face in our work, and grow the movement for legal empowerment together. We want you there with us. Applications are now open…

June 21, 2018

The Network Has Spoken – Results of the Annual Survey

by Namati in Global Legal Empowerment Network, Network Dispatch

In February, the Global Legal Empowerment Network took part in an annual survey to assess where our movement is at and where we need to go. The results are in, and they tell us a lot. We are an extraordinary global community—representing over 150 countries. We are united by a common purpose: putting the power of law…

April 27, 2018

Join a Learning Exchange on Citizenship Rights

by Namati in Citizenship, Community Paralegals / Grassroots Legal Advocates, Global Legal Empowerment Network, Network Dispatch, Opportunities

The greatest tool we have to tackle the world’s most pressing justice issues is each other. Sharing successes and challenges can help shape and strengthen our work, and in the process, the whole movement grows. That’s why we’re excited to offer this important opportunity. From October 7 – 19 in Kenya, the Global Legal Empowerment Network…

March 6, 2018

Take the Annual Survey & Help Shape the Direction of our Community

by Namati in Global Legal Empowerment Network, Network Dispatch

Every year, we ask members and allies of the Global Legal Empowerment Network to set the direction for our community. Please help determine what we take on together by filling out our annual membership survey. Last year, members asked for greater learning opportunities within their regions. We organized in-person exchanges in Latin America and Southeast…

February 29, 2016

Protecting Community Lands Everything We Know in a New Guide!

by Marena Brinkhurst in Network Dispatch

Dear Friends, We are thrilled to launch an important new resource for frontline land rights advocates around the world: the Community Land Protection Facilitators Guide. After years of working with partners to support communities to protect their land rights, today we are sharing what we’ve learned. This Facilitators Guide is a step-by-step, practical “how to” manual for…

December 29, 2015

Putting the Law in People’s Hands

by Caitlin Sislin in Network Dispatch

Dear Friends, Law is supposed to be a sacred thread: that ties us together and protects each one of us. But for billions of people around the world the law is broken. It’s an abstraction, or a threat, or a really bad joke. Namati works to place the power of law in the hands of people. In…

December 18, 2015

Bringing the Law to Life

by Caitlin Sislin in Network Dispatch

Dear Friends, Around the world, grassroots community paralegals are squeezing justice out of broken systems: restoring running water to health facilities, obtaining birth certificates for children born into historically stateless communities, preventing land grabs, ending unlawful pollution. This is the work of Namati – putting the power of the law in the hands of the people….

October 20, 2015

Get Connected! A new platform for learning and sharing

by Tobias Eigen in Network Dispatch

Dear Friends, The Global Legal Empowerment Network is made up of hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals. Each of us is dedicated to building a movement for grassroots justice. We recently launched a dynamic new online space for holding discussions, finding partners, joining learning exchanges, and seeking advice on funding and other opportunities. Think of it as Facebook…

October 6, 2015

Justice in the Global Development Goals – We Won!

by Namati in Global Legal Empowerment Network, Namati News, Network Dispatch, Post-2015 Agenda

    Last week our community won a historic victory. Justice is in the new global development goals.  The original Millennium Development Goals, issued in 2000, were laudable, but they left out law and justice altogether. Our community came together to argue that justice should be at the heart of development. Many officials said this…

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