Triple A for Citizens
About Triple A for Citizens
National Conference: Access to Justice: Provision of Information, Advice and Free Legal Aid in Albania
Open Society Foundation for Albania on October 3, 2016 organized the national conference under the project ‘Triple A Access to information, Advice and Active Help’. The regional project is financed […] Read more
Conference:Access to Justice: Provision of Information, Advice and Free Legal Aid in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The round table on “Provision of Information, Advice and Free Legal Aid in Bosnia and Herzegovina“ took place on September 29, 2016. The aim of the round-table was to update participants on access […] Read more
European Commission Directorate General for Enlargement meets Civil Rights Defenders and Association for Democratic Initiatives
During a meeting organised by Civil Rights Defenders representatives from European Commission Directorate General for Enlargement, Transparency International and Association for Democratic Initiatives come together to discuss rule of law, human rights, protection […] Read more
Reform agenda in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Rule of Law, 11 May 2016, Sarajevo
On 11 May 2016 in the premises of EU Delegation to Sarajevo a meeting was held with Mr. Lars-Gunnar Wigermark, Head of EU Delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Mr. […] Read more
Steering Group Meeting of Triple A in Montenegro, 18-19 July 2016
During the meeting which took place in Podgorica, Montenegro Triple A for Citizens project partners discussed several topics of the utmost importance being the future activities of the Triple A Network. […] Read more
Access to Justice: Provision of Information, Advice and Free Legal Aid in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2016
The Association for Democratic Initiatives published a country report on the nature and availability of free legal aid, access to information and legal framework of citizens assistance services in Bosnia […] Read more
Country Report of Macedonia and Recommendations on Judicial System Organization Information
One of the Triple A sub-grantees in Macedonia, COALITION ALL FOR FAIR TRIALS; shared with the Triple A partners; the country report of Macedonia and recommendations on judicial system organization information, […] Read more
The State of Free Legal Aid in Croatia
Civil Rights Project Sisak, a former pilot project from the first phase of Triple A, has released a publication on The State of Free Legal Aid in Croatia. Read more
Triple A Newsletter, 6th Edition
Learn about the most recent news from Triple A with the September 2015 Newsletter! Read more
Newsletter, Issue 5
Fifth Issue of the Triple A Newsletter, November 2014 Click here to download Read more
Access to justice in the EU and beyond: What role for civil society?
As project leader of Triple A for Citizens funded by DG NEAR, ECAS is organising a conference in Brussels on 29 and 30 November 2016, which will be the closing event of this 4-year project. At the same time, the Conference wil[...] Read more
Triple A for Citizens Network Launching Conference: Ensuring Access to Justice through direct provision of Information, Legal Advice and Free Legal Aid
As project leader of Triple A for Citizens funded by DG NEAR, ECAS is organising a conference in Brussels on 29 and 30 November 2016, which will be the closing event of this 4-year project. Quality standards for providers of fre[...] Read more
What is Triple A?
The project Triple A for citizens – Access to information, Advice and Active help – is implemented in the framework of the European Commission’s Partnership programme for Civil Society organizations.
The project is based on the principle that everyone has the right to be informed on their rights.
Since December 2012 the project has supported a multitude of services provided by civil society organisations to thousands of citizens in the Western Balkans (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo) and Turkey to enable them to access information on their rights and obtain advice and active help in exercising them. In other words, Triple A works to promote access to justice for citizens throughout the region.
In March 2015 the project entered its second phase and expanded its services to three additional countries in the region: Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro. In this phase, there is an increased focus on advocacy to promote legislative changes and increased funding to Triple A services, including free legal aid.