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In the year 2012 Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki and the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights are involved in the project of Access to Justice in Central Asia. The overall objective of the program is to increase access to justice for vulnerable populations in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, in particular rural women, at-risk children and people with disabilities.

Faculty of Law and the Erik Castrén Institute have been invited to participate in the project as a partner with one law school in each Central Asian Countries. This partnership encompasses faculty and student exchanges to improve general teaching and instruction and assistance in developing courses on relevant international law. The aim of those activities is to build awareness and expertise of access to justice among future legal practitioners and educators.
The project is a joint program of Eurasia Foundation and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland under the social sustainability priority of Finland’s Wider Europe Initiative.
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Todellinen alku/loppupvm01/01/201231/12/2013

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