An interesting question came up today from Namati’s program in Myanmar. There, they are working with their network of organizations to develop a standard (or template) Code of Conduct for paralegals. They were curious whether any Community Land Protection organizations use a Code of Conduct that their trained community member mobilizers/paralegals agree to and follow.
Do any of you use something like this? If so, could you share it or tell us about it?
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In Uganda, LEMU calls them CSPs (Community Support Persons). There wasn’t any clearly defined code of conduct for the CSPs except for what they were expected to deliver. A training was organized to equip them with necessary skills, but no clearly defined code of conduct communicated.
I think this is such an interesting item to discuss and curious to hear what others have to say!