Difference between revisions of "Legal Aid Systems and Supporting NGOs around the world"

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== Burma (Myanmar) ==
 
== Burma (Myanmar) ==
 
* Burma Lawyers' Council [http://www.blc-burma.org/]
 
* Burma Lawyers' Council [http://www.blc-burma.org/]
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* Human Rights Education Institute of Burma [http://www.hreib.com/]
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== Cambodia ==
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* International Bridges to Justice - Cambodia Program [http://ibj.org/our-work/asia/cambodia/]
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* Legal Aid of Cambodia [http://www.lac.org.kh/english/]
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* Cambodia Center for Human Rights [http://www.cchrcambodia.org/]

Revision as of 11:10, 7 April 2010

Afghanistan

  • Afghanistan Independent Bar Association [1]
  • Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission [2]
  • Afghanistan Bar Association [3]
  • Qanoon Ghshtunkai [4]
  • International Legal Foundation of Afghanistan [5]
  • United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) - Human Rights Division [6]
  • Afghanistan Human Rights Organization [7]

Armenia

  • Eurasia Partnership Foundation [8]
  • OSI Armenia [9]
  • Armenian Bar Association [10]

Azerbaijan

  • Azerbaijan Lawyers Association [11]
  • Human Rights Center of Azerbaijan [12]
  • The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law - Azerbaijan Program [13]
  • Human Rights XXI Century -Azerbaijan Foundation [14]
  • OSI Azerbaijan [15]

Bahrain

  • Bahrain Bar Society [16]
  • Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR)[17]
  • Bahrain Human Rights Society [18]

Bangladesh

  • Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights (BIHR)[19]
  • National Bar Association of Bangladesh [20]
  • ODHIKAR [21]
  • Asia Human Rights Commission - Bangladesh Program [22]

Burma (Myanmar)

  • Burma Lawyers' Council [23]
  • Human Rights Education Institute of Burma [24]

Cambodia

  • International Bridges to Justice - Cambodia Program [25]
  • Legal Aid of Cambodia [26]
  • Cambodia Center for Human Rights [27]