The report highlights the results of the mapping exercise and includes policy recommendations for improving the system of citizens’ information, advice and legal aid.
The report highlights the results of the mapping exercise and includes policy recommendations for improving the system of citizens’ information, advice and legal aid
As part of the Triple A for citizens – access to information, advice and active help project, CHRIS’ network will continue to provide free legal aid for all, especially for citizens whose rights have been violated, in the towns and regions where it is active.
A Synthesis report, based on the results obtained from the mapping and national conferences held in each participant country, has been completed.
Access to information: Everyone has an equal right to “come to our door”, irrespective of income, status, language or belief and be treated with dignity and respect. People should be able to find and access information about their rights in the most convenient way possible. Equal access requires reaching out to those most in need as a result of having a modest income or being in vulnerable situations because of a disability, social exclusion or other reason.