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Uploaded on Aug 11, 2019
In the last 10 years, two significant changes have occurred in Indonesia that have dramatically improved women’s access to the Religious Courts. The first was the introduction of policies and budgets enabling free legal advisory services at Religious Courts. The second relates to the rise of paralegal clinics offered by universities and CSOs where students and non-lawyers assist clients at village level.
Presented by Ms Nani Zulminarni, National Coordinator, PEKKA, Empowering Women Headed Households CSO and Ms Cate Sumner, Director, Law & Development Partners.
This seminar is hosted by the Feminist Legal Studies Group at the Faculty of Law, Monash University.