New member introductions (28th May - 10th June 2020)

Welcome new members! :wave:

We are glad you are here. This a 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.

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 using the blue Reply button at the bottom.


Thanks very much for the warmly welcome and God bless you, presently our foundation is working hand in Glove with the community stakeholders in and around our community to see that this corona virus is gone once and for all by sharing face mask and hand wash. As we have just started our fondation we need lots of help from people all around the globe as our vision is to see every men, women, youths, boys and girls especially grow stronger and healthier by breaking the patriarchy, punitive traditions and cultural barriers negatively affecting communities and our mission is to give helping hands and see local communities grow and to transform lives through education, reduction of poverty especially from local community people, the fight against teenage pregnancy and Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV). Thanks very much I look forward to your Reply



My name is Goutham Krishna. I am a law student from a state called Kerala in India. I am happy to join Namati and is inspired by its glorious concept to introduce legal discussion which could make a change in the world. During this depressing wave caused by a virus, we have all learned a lot and have united to staff aloof from one another. The drawback may be that we can’t socialise as earlier. But, here, Namati provides us an opportunity to socialise and share our concerns, innovative thoughts and what not. I found about Namati by an accidental Google Search. I would like to learn how all of you have found about NAMATI too. So PLEASE COMMENT DOWN HOW YOU ALL FOUND OUT ABOUT NAMATI. I was now working on a paper on the delay caused in administration of justice in India and the way our system has under-utilised the lock-down period to conduct effective online court proceedings to reduce the delay. The rate of case arrears in judiciary is tremendously large and certain matters are delayed over decades. I would be extremely pleased and interested to know how the matters relating to Administration of justice are in your countries. PLEASE COMMENT DOWN THE SAME. STAY HOME. STAY CLEAN. STAY SAFE. :dove: :slightly_smiling_face:


Dear Marta Almela,

Warm Greetings from BISAP, Bangladesh!

Heartiest thanks for your most encouraging email to introduce new friends around the world. We have noted its contents with gratitude.

Subsequently, we will comply with the advice

Thanking you most cordially and earnestly,

With kind wishes and best regards,

(S.M. Tareque Jabed) Chief Executive-BISAP.


Dear @edisonsamah, @gouthamkrishnaub, @bisapbd, thanks for introducing yourselves and welcome to the Legal Empowerment Network!

To start, I would encourage you to:


Hi all wonderful people. I trust you are well and keeping safe.Iam glad to have joined such a great group.My Name is Josephine Maina,Nairobi, Kenya.A Human Resources and Industrial Relations professional. A Master’s finalist in Regional Integration and Development. Currently, working on my thesis themed" Effectiveness of EAC Common Market Protocol on Labour Migration in Kenya".As I was researching on my paper,I stumbled on a clip titled “OSLO FREEDOM FORUM” by Namati that made me create an interest in the group.Besides that,I am a volunteer with Life Link int’l that deals with post quarantine guidance and counseling activities.Iam keen on a cluster that deals with persons with disabilities and coping mechanisms.Any help would be greatly appreciated. Looking forward to hearing from you. Regards Josephine


Hi Josephine, you are welcome to the platform of Vision “NAMATI”. John Masuwa


Hi @Jossymwango, thanks for introducing yourself and welcome to the Legal Empowerment Network! I would encourage you to check the Network’s Resource Library, where you will find resources on legal empowerment and access to justice for people with disabilities, among many other.

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Hi everyone, thanks for welcoming us to this plataform. We are glad to work together. We are very interested in coworking to solve some of the hummanitarian problems that are involved in our community. We are also interested in acquiring knowledge about how to promote access to justice to every one and to promote the justice empowerment. Thanks to everyone.

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Thanks for the warm welcome. my organization the Kenya Community Support Centre (KECOSCE) has joined to become a member is pursuing our quest for justice for all in Kenya. our work is in the Coast and Northern Regions of KENYA. You can reach us on or email or Twitter @kecosce