Justice Initiatives Facilitation Fund of the EU Justice and Legal Empowerment Programme in Vietnam (2017 - 2022)
A component of the EU’s JULE programme
EU Justice and Legal Empowerment Programme, or EU JULE is a partnership between the EU and the Government of Viet Nam being jointly implemented by UN agencies and Oxfam, in collaboration with Ministry of Justice, the Supreme People’s Court, the Supreme People Procuracy, the Ministry of Public Security, the Viet Nam Lawyers’ Association, the Viet Nam Bar Federation, and others. EU JULE aims to strengthen the rule of law through a more reliable, trusted and accessible justice system.
The Justice Initiatives Facilitation Fund of the EU Justice and Legal Empowerment Programme in Vietnam
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hoa Binh, Nghe An, Quang Binh, and Dong Thap provinces
What we aim to achieve
The Justice Initiatives Facilitation Fund of the EU Justice and Legal Empowerment Programme in Vietnam, or JIFF, aims to increase access to justice for vulnerable groups in Vietnam through a program of grant-making to civil society organisations (CSOs) linked to capacity development, networking and evidence-based research for national-level policy dialogue through a combination of grants and technical assistance.
The specific objective is to increase access to justice for vulnerable groups, particularly women, children, ethnic minorities, and poor people. The project’s four key results include
Structured in accordance with the main components of programme (CSO grant-making, capacity development and networking for policy engagement), the three sub-results are Each of the sub-results contributes to all four of the EU JULE JIFF results:
Civil society organisations and networks in northern, central, and southern Vietnam receive 64 JIFF grants on priority topics related to the four key results.
A minimum of 48 civil society organisations and networks in six focus provinces deliver better quality legal services, undertake more effective, evidence-based advocacy, and become more effective organisations.
Networking and collaboration among at least 50 CSOs and policy makers facilitates evidence-based dialogue on JIFF priority topics and increases transparency and accountability in the justice sector.
The project targets
People will benefit from research, media outreach, and advocacy activities.
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