MyJustice is a 4-year European Union-funded and British Council-managed programme which aims to equip people in Myanmar, especially the poor, to have the knowledge, confidence and opportunities to have their disputes fairly and equitably resolved. MyJustice adopts a ‘principled’ approach to the design and delivery of the programme and it subscribes to three key principles:
- People-centred: to encourage learning, trust and collaboration between communities, civil society, legal professionals and justice institutions.
- Community-driven and locally led: to empower communities to identify and deliver solutions to the challenges they face.
- Powered by evidence: to build a deep understanding of Myanmar’s unique socio-cultural and political context, upon which locally owned solutions can be developed.
we do women empowerment programs. It including; Gender awareness training, Gender main streaming program, women peace and security training, anti trafficking awareness training, researcher on women access to justice forum on women peace and security and advocacy programs on the special day of the International Women's Day, International Stop violence against Women's Day, international rivers day. My title is assistant director in our organization. We do all the special days by the collaboration with the Kachin State Women Network.