UA2J School

Ukrainian Access to Justice School of Practice (UA2J School) – is a platform where access to justice (A2J) organizations consolidate efforts to achieve a synergistic result, according to the needs of society:

  • actualization of the accumulated educational content and its adaptation to the existing practical needs;
  • development and implementation of innovative A2J solutions;
  • incubation of new initiatives
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Mission and Founders:

The mission of the School is to incubate and accelerate innovating practices; systematization and refinement of existing A2J content, and joint creation of new content. 

UA2J School of Practice was created and coordinating by the Ministry of Justice of UkraineCoordination Centre for Legal Aid ProvisionAssociation of Legal Clinics of UkraineLegal Development NetworkUkrainian Legal Aid Foundation.

 

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Objectives:

  • consolidation and reproduction of all A2J curricula;
  • actualization of the accumulated educational content and its adaptation to the existing practical needs;
  • development and implementation of innovative A2J solutions;
  • consolidation of partners to achieve synergistic results;
  • incubation of new initiatives;
  • selection and systematization of innovative practices;
  • responding to the particular needs (themes) in legal education.

For more information, please visit website https://ua2j.school/en/

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Kateryna Yeroshenko

If you have any questions regarding UA2J School, please contact via form below with the coordinator of projects of the Ukrainian Legal Aid Foundation, Responsibility Secretary of the Ukrainian A2J School Kateryna Yeroshenko