New Member Introductions (17 January to 30 January 2019)

Hello and welcome again, new members!

You will find we are friendly and open in this community. This a safe space where you can make new friends from around the world and keep in touch for solidarity, learning, sharing and collaboration.

Here in this topic we bring together new members to celebrate your arrival and make it easy for you to introduce yourself to the community and ask your questions.

Please introduce yourself! How did you find us and what prompted you to join? What are you working on right now that you want to share or that you need help with? Just add a reply.

Also, please take 5-10 minutes to fill out our Annual Network Survey ! Your input can help us understand how we can better work together to build a movement for legal empowerment in 2019.

If you have any concerns or feedback, or want to schedule a skype call to get a tour of our online platform, I’d love to hear from you. You can reach me directly by messaging @helpdeskteam or by sending an email to community@namati.org.

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Say hello: to the latest arrivals to our community! :wave:

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Welcome to share our experience in legal empowerment @DorahCMafabi & @jancappelle

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Welcome @DorahCMafabi, @jancappelle, @Nathan, @Meder. Feel at home. There is a lot to learn and share plus some fun too.

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Thank you Andrew, Alihaji, Madeline. Very much appreciated. I feel overwhelmed! I see a lot of names and uploaded resources. I joined the Global Legal Empowerment Network, to share our resources and experiences, and to enlarge our network. I am confident that I will feel at home.

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Thank you @AndrewOchola !

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