WJI improves the lives of indigenous Guatemalan women and girls through education, access to legal services and gender-based violence prevention. WJI program includes Legal Services, Women’s Rights Education, Adolescent Girls Program, and a Community Advocates Program.
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The Community Legal Education Center (CLEC) was created in 1996 as a legal resource center, promoting the rule of law, justice, and democracy in Cambodia. CLEC undertakes legal empowerment activities which include: legal awareness, legal training, legal assistance and other capacity development and support for the community.
ASF seeks to contribute, completely independently, to the establishment of a just, equitable and united society, in which both the law and justice serve those who need them the most; acts to promote and to protect civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of the most vulnerable groups and/or individuals. ASF’s mission is based on…