As a follow up to the November 2022 GPC webinar “Exploring reparations by state and non-state armed groups for victims of gross violations of human rights and serious violations of international humanitarian law”, this webinar aims to explore how more coordinated and sustainable legal aid and access to justice interventions by protection actors (and their development, peace, human rights partners) can more effectively support victims’ access to reparations in humanitarian and transitional settings.
This webinar is the first of a series aimed to inform a collection of good practices on legal aid in humanitarian settings, particularly focusing on three aspects deserving attention which were highlighted in the field survey findings conducted by the TTLP last year:
- Enhance synergies between development, humanitarian, human rights and peace actors in the design and implementation of access to justice and legal aid interventions in humanitarian contexts;
- Build sustainable partnerships with national legal aid actors (civil society, private sector, duty bearers) for more sustainable access to justice and legal aid interventions in humanitarian contexts;
- Design and implement legal aid and access to justice interventions aimed at addressing and resolving legal aid needs of hard to reach populations.