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Welcome to our newsfeed! Here you will find updates about our organization’s activities, as well as new features that arise on our continually expanding website. Check out our blog for more in-depth observations about legal empowerment from leading scholars and practitioners.

Namati’s Paralegals at Work

Posted September 30, 2014

We have produced a brochure about the impact of our work around the world. It features photographs of the paralegals who are making a difference to some of the world’s great justice issues.

OpEd: Justice in the SDGs for Nepal’s Women and Dalits

Posted September 23, 2014

Kathmandu Post: Justice in development is the best way to enforce Nepal’s obligations to women and girls, and those who suffer caste discrimination.

The Paralegal Approach to Statelessness

Posted September 12, 2014

Namati’s Laura Goodwin, director of our citizenship program, is making the case for the paralegal approach at the Global Forum on Statelessness.

Namati Photo Exhibition Opening in London Gallery

Posted September 10, 2014

The Turning Towards Justice photo exhibition is opening in the Print House Gallery in Dalston, London on September 11.

Why Paralegals & Why Scale Up?

Posted September 8, 2014

Sonkita Conteh, Namati’s program director in Sierra Leone, explaining our community-based approach at the International Conference on Access to Legal Aid in Criminal Justice Systems.

Civil Society’s Justice 2015 Campaign in Nepal

Posted August 26, 2014

A regional consultation between 22 civil society groups was organized in Dhangadhi on Nepal’s National Information Day this month.

Photos of our work with Urdu-speaking Bangladeshis

Posted August 11, 2014

This photo essay from the Guardian shows how paralegals from the Urdu-speaking ‘Bihari’ community in Bangladesh work to realize citizenship rights.

News from our Global Land Protection Work

Posted August 4, 2014

Namati’s Community Land Protection Program has published its summer 2014 newsletter. It contains updates on the program, details of some of our policy victories, news of how we are collaborating with groups around the world and a range of useful resources.

OpEd: India’s Quest for Power

Posted July 31, 2014

Namati’s Kanchi Kohli on how India’s ‘balance’ of industrialisation and ecological protection actually looks at the ground level.

Namati Objects to WB ‘Turning Back Clock” on Land Rights

Posted July 29, 2014

Namati has joined with a group of civil society organizations to object to proposed policy changes at the World Bank that will weaken protections for indigenous people when the Bank funds development projects.

Secure Forest Rights Help Combat Climate Change

Posted July 29, 2014

A new report from the global environmental research organisation, World Resources Institute, finds that strengthening communities’ forest rights reduces emissions and deforestation.

Our target is 300 organizations signing our Open Letter. Today we have 251.

Posted July 27, 2014

Help us reach 300 organisations. Help us speak up for Justice.

At the UN countries are already deciding what should be in the future development goals. Without targets for justice, billions of people will be left behind. Sign the Open Letter to the UN and stand up for Justice.

The International Rule of Law Movement

Posted July 22, 2014

Namati’s CEO, Vivek Maru, has written a chapter for a new book: The International Rule of Law Movement – A Crisis of Legitimacy and the Way Forward. Vivek’s chapter is entitled Legal Empowerment and the Land Rush: Three Struggles.

Life in Troubled Waters

Posted July 21, 2014

The New York Times’ photography blog documents the life of fishermen facing environmental and other dangers on Southern India’s “underreported and overlooked” coasts.

The Politics of Legal Empowerment

Posted July 16, 2014

The Overseas Development Institute has published a new report entitled The Politics of Legal Empowerment – Legal mobilisation strategies and implications for development.

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