Training and Events – International
Esela, the legal network for social impact and The Chancery Lane Project will host an online panel on the topic of ‘Law and the Climate Emergency’ during London Climate Action Week. Seeking to answer questions such as - How are lawyers and law firms contributing to the fight against climate change? Will the pandemic slow or quicken the transition to a net zero world? The event will be hosted at 1pm on Wednesday 1st July, register here.
On Wednesday June 10th, at 1pm, members of the Legal Empowerment Network, CIVICUS, and the Justice For All campaign will host a virtual roundtable discussion on how grassroots justice groups can respond to the challenges of constricting civic space and increasing human rights violations during the pandemic.
The Freedom Fund is hosting a webinar with two experts who have been studying and highlighting the acute needs of marginalised groups in India and Ethiopia, during Covid-19. The webinar will take place on the 9th June from 2pm and will feature a panel discussion followed by a Q&A event.
Charity digital have published this incredibly helpful webinar detailing how to produce an effective content strategy framework for your small charity. The webinar covers a range of useful topics including how to build personas online, engage with your audience and identify creative ways to deliver and re-purpose your content.
PILnet, the Global Network for Pubic Interest Law, are now accepting applications to their 2020 Fellowship Programme. The ideal candidate is a public interest advocate and recent graduate of a relevant academic legal program, such as an LL.M. or JD. The length of the fellowship is up to 6 months, with 3 months spent at PILnet's New York City office and the option to spend an additional 3 months in a field office. Candidates from Hong Kong and Taiwan, and those with independent funding are encouraged to apply. Rolling deadline.