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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 27 Jul 19, Saturday

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It used to call “Network of Legal Aid Providers Awn”, in March 2013 the member of the network change the name to “Awn Access to Justice Network in Gaza Strip” AJ Net. Also known as “Awn Network” (Arabic: شبكة عون‎), many people in Gaza prefer to call it Legal Clinics (Arabic: العيادة القانونية‎), it was established by UNDP/PAPP – Gaza in ِApril-2011. It’s comprised primarily from organizations that are non-public, non-state civil society actors that are politically unaffiliated.


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The members of Awn Network are; the Palestinian Bar Association [ar], human right organizations, community-based organizations and academic institutions, the permanent secretariat of the Awn Network is within the Palestinian Bar Association. In 2012 network members provided legal aid services (awareness, consultation and representation) to more than 23,000 people, of whom 72% were women.Awn Net has invested heavily in coordination and cooperation within the 20 members of the network by supporting dialogue meetings (including the Legal Task Force), referral mechanisms, the case management system and the legal aid database, while continuing to provide capacity development support to individual network members and working to ensure sustainability of the network.Awn Network has provided legal services to mainly poor and vulnerable people, to strengthen their access to justice and solve their legal problems at the lowest and simplest level possible.

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