The “Bus of Solidarity” project supports women in Kyrgyzstan to address challenges in exercising their land rights. So far the bus has carried out over 7,000 consultations in 190+ villages to support rural women to understand the law & demand their right. http://bit.ly/2PEwxJV
What do members think about this project? Are there similar versions of mobile legal aid/legal empowerment clinics in your countries? How successful have they been, and what are the lessons that can be shared across the network?
I can see downsides to this latter approach, such as a lack of accessibility to counsel or community paralegals to support clients, but these are also the general challenges facing traditional justice mechanisms as well.