GJU conducted a capacity assessment of the women Parliamentarians and Councillors to explore their requirements to promote their effective representation and participation for equitable and inclusive political spaces. The findings have formed the basis of GJU engagement with the female parliamentarians and councillors and serve as the justification for bespoke trainings support and any additional …
Month: June 2022
GJU gathered and analysed court users’experiences and satisfaction with justice services under the WOJAM Justice Consortium across the six Spotlight districts of Ntchisi, Dowa, Mzimba, Nkhatabay, Machinga and Nsanje
GJU assessed the use of gender-related laws and their impact on women’s access to justice in 6 districts across Malawi.
The information from the Civil Justice Need Booklet was used to develop a booklet that explores the critical gaps in the enforcement of gender-related laws and the impact it has on the most vulnerable in our society.
So far we have published a blog piece on the aforementioned subject and are currently developing a jointbook chapter on the laws of the two countries – Malawi and Scotland
In response to the study results, a prototype booklet was developed detailing simplified and translated legislation and practical legal processes identified by communities as barriers to civil justice
This report examined the civil rights needs of women in rural and peri-urban slums in Malawi, specifically Lumbadzi, Chitipi, and Chigwirizano communities.