The Centre for Pro Bono Services (“CPBS”) was invited to present its work to other NGOs at The Access to Justice Group lunch on 27 November 2019. The event brought together representatives from the non-governmental sector to share, discuss, and learn from each other about their respective crucial work in their protection of vulnerable groups.
This was an important opportunity to hear ideas for action with a host of community partners including Pathfinders, Justice Without Borders and others.
Davyd and Paul presented about how NGOs could engage with CPBS’ pro bono work including its know your rights seminars and community legal clinic.
A big thank you to IOM for hosting the event, and Kay McArdle, an advisor at PathFinders Limited, for bringing the access to justice community together. We look forward to continuing to learn and hear from partner organisations.