Author: aki

Andrea Leon Cabrera, the Director of MicroJustice Bolivia, has been extended a prestigious invitation to participate in the upcoming Justice and the Rule of Law Global Forum in Washington DC, slated for June 25-26, 2024. This invitation not only recognizes the pivotal role MicroJustice plays in transforming the lives of vulnerable individuals but also underscores the importance of inclusive and sustainable development on a global scale.   MicroJustice operates on a fundamental principle: justice on a micro-level. This approach places the individual and their vulnerabilities at the forefront, ensuring that legal rights protection and access to societal entitlements are not mere aspirations

Divorce, the termination of the marital bond between spouses, is a complex and often emotionally charged issue, affecting not only the couple involved but also their children. In this article, we will delve into the concept of divorce in Islam and its legal aspects in Egypt, exploring its definitions, types, effects, and the individuals authorized to issue it. We will also examine the importance of divorce documentation, agency and delegation in divorce, and some unique scenarios that pertain to divorce in Islamic jurisprudence. Divorce, in the realm of Islamic jurisprudence and Egyptian law, is defined as the dissolution of a valid

The Hague-based Dutch Foundation Microjustice4All, known as Microjustice, was established in 1996 with a mission to champion the Legal Protection of marginalized individuals and disaster victims. With over 25 years of hands-on experience in providing legal aid, Microjustice has evolved to develop the Global Legal Rights Protection Barometer and country-specific digital Legal Aid Platforms. In its pursuit to advocate for Legal Rights Protection for All, Microjustice has introduced the Legal Rights Protection Barometer, often referred to as the Barometer. Unlike conventional top-down analyses of judicial system effectiveness, the Barometer takes a user-centric approach, evaluating how easy or challenging it is

Marriage, an institution celebrated across cultures, carries not only emotional significance but also profound legal implications. However, in countries where traditions and customs are deeply rooted in society, understanding these legal nuances can be a complex journey. This exploration delves into the transformative potential of Microjustice's Legal Rights Protection Barometer report, a tool designed to scan, monitor, and enhance access to justice in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16. Microjustice's Approach: A Methodical Insight Microjustice's mission extends beyond borders, advocating for justice and legal rights for all, including vulnerable groups such as refugees, migrants, and marginalized communities. The heart

Microjustice  has a privilege to present the Microjustice Round Table discussion on the Legal Rights Protection Program in Egypt, a crucial dialogue that unveils the nuances of legal security within marriages. With a focus on the Microjustice Barometer report and its revealing findings, this discussion delves into the multifaceted challenges posed by the Egyptian Personal Status Law. The intricacies of the Marriage Contract and the profound repercussions of divorce take center stage. Beyond this, the discussion passionately champions equality, advocating for universal access to justice and legal remedies. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the esteemed participants who have enriched

MicroJustice is dedicated to promoting access to justice and protecting legal rights. In December 2022, the MicroJustice team embarked on a consultation mission in Asyut, Egypt, with the aim of understanding and addressing the pressing legal issues faced by women in the region. This meeting served as an opportunity to introduce the MicroJustice Legal Rights Protection Project and engage in an open dialogue about the specific legal challenges that the participants encounter on a daily basis. By delving into their stories and experiences, the consultation sought to shed light on the critical need for legal empowerment and support in Upper

Microjustice is proud to present the highlights of the Legal Rights Protection Barometer Report , a comprehensive analysis shedding light on significant issues related to the accessibility and protection of civil and administrative legal rights in Egypt. This report delves into three key perspectives: (I) the capacity of people to access and protect their rights, (II) State: Affordability and accessibility, and (III) affordability, accessibility, and quality of legal assistance. In a country grappling with over 50,000 laws and varying practices across institutions and courts, Microjustice actively works towards defining, mapping, and implementing sustainable solutions to help individuals overcome these challenges. Complexities