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March 17, 2012

Liberian Government to Begin Audit of Social Development Fund

by Namati in Uncategorized

The Government of Liberia will soon begin an audit of the Social Development Fund for counties. Namati partner, Sustainable Development Institute (SDI), recently released a report, claiming that over US$300,000.00 had been mismanaged by officials.

March 14, 2012

Johnson Sirleaf Responds

by Namati in Uncategorized

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf responds to Rachael Knight and Silas Siakor’s op-ed, defending her administration’s land concession practices.

March 13, 2012

Public Release: Access to Justice Assessment Tool

by Namati in Uncategorized

The Access to Justice Assessment Tool is a research methodology for assessing the extent to which communities and individuals are able to use justice institutions to solve common justice problems. The ABA Rule of Law Initiative is hosting a public release event on March 21, 2012.

March 11, 2012

“Do Verdicts Matter?”

by Namati in Environment

Despite the number of times a court, tribunal or the Ministry has acted to stop construction of OPG’s power plant in Bhadreswar, India, the project goes on uninterrupted. Kanchi Kohli reports.

March 9, 2012

Women, Natural Resources, and Peacebuilding: Exploring the Connections

by Namati in Community Land Protection, Land & Natural Resources

Community Land Protection Program Director, Rachael Knight, recently spoke at a United Nations panel focusing on the intersection of gender, natural resource management, and peacebuilding.

February 27, 2012

Inaugural Singapore Clinical Legal Education Conference

by Namati in Uncategorized

On March 16-17, 2012 BABSEA, CLE, Singapore Management University, and Northumbria International Journal of Clinical Legal Education are hosting the Inaugural Singapore CLE Conference and Workshop.

February 23, 2012

Reverence and Transformation

by Namati in Namati News

In this interview with Open Society Foundation’s Jonathan Birchall, Namati CEO Vivek Maru sits down to explain more about legal empowerment and Namati.

February 21, 2012

Comparative Study of Legal Aid in East Africa

by Namati in Uncategorized

The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) is pleased to share a new report based on a comparative study of legal aid schemes used in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. The analysis was conducted by DIHR in cooperation with the East Africa Law Society (EALS).

February 1, 2012

Call for Applications: Monitoring & Evaluation Fair

by Namati in Global Legal Empowerment Network, Opportunities

Curious about your impact? Namati is joining hands with BRAC, MARG, and Open Society Justice Initiative to offer legal empowerment programs an opportunity to explore and improve their M&E plans with some of the world’s leading experts.

February 1, 2012

Call for Applications: Monitoring & Evaluation Fair

by Namati in Global Legal Empowerment Network, Opportunities

Curious about your impact? Namati is joining hands with BRAC, MARG, and Open Society Justice Initiative to offer legal empowerment programs an opportunity to explore and improve their M&E plans with some of the world’s leading experts.

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