National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW)

Lusaka, Zambia

National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) was established in 1990 to provide affordable legal aid services to women and children from marginalised social sectors who have been victims of social injustice. Often these people cannot afford the cost of hiring a lawyer to represent them in their pursuit of justice. NLACW offers legal services, representation, legal information and education and conducts advocacy for policy and law reform on women and children’s rights. NLACW’s activities are financed by donations from their mother body, the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ), client contributions and co-operating partners. NLACW wants to see a society where underprivileged women and children have fair and equal access to legal rights through legal representation.

Legal services

National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) offers legal advice, legal assistance, internal/ in-house mediation (dispute resolution) and court annex mediation (dispute resolution) to vulnerable women and children on a pro bono basis. The organisation employs full time lawyers and also works with volunteer legal practitioners.

Legal & Human Rights Education

This is done by engaging communities, sensitising members such as chiefs, host community workshops, school workshops and more. National Legal Aid Clinic for Women’s (NLACW) goal is to help people understand human rights, value human rights, and take responsibility for respecting, defending, and promoting human rights.

Advocacy

National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) works with policy makers to assist with policy reforms. This is done through development of policy briefs, written submissions to parliament and lobbying. NLACW’s goal is to advocate for policies that contribute to counter discrimination against women and to guarantee equal and fair treatment of women.

Child Abuse Booklet

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One of a series of informative and helpful booklets about various issues affecting women and children in Zambia. Child Abuse is any form of mistreatment or harm to a child. Learn more by downloading a pdf version of this booklet. Copy and paste this link into your browser: https://res.cloudinary.com/dhsjpmqz9/image/upload/v1685341637/1._CHILD_ABUSE_rnjq3d.pdf

Child Custody Booklet

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One of a series of informative and helpful booklets about various issues affecting women and children in Zambia. When a person has been given custody of the child, he has the duty to: • Control and take care of the child every day; and • Supervise the activities the child is involved in every day Learn more by downloading a pdf version of this booklet. Copy and paste this link into your browser: https://res.cloudinary.com/dhsjpmqz9/image/upload/v1685342167/2._CHILD_CUSTODY_spnqnp.pdf

Human Trafficking Booklet

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One of a series of informative and helpful booklets about various issues affecting women and children in Zambia. Human Trafficking (trading or buying and selling of human beings) is a form of modern slavery whereby victims are moved usually from one place to another and subjected to force, lied to or pressured into commercial sex, labour or work against their will or sold. Learn more by downloading a pdf version of this booklet. Copy and paste this link into your browser: https://res.cloudinary.com/dhsjpmqz9/image/upload/v1685343098/4._HUMAN_TRAFFICKING_gqx7ps.pdf
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Established in 1990, The National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) seeks to empower women by facilitating their access to legal rights by way of legal representation, counselling, legal and human rights education as a distinct but integral part of the women's movement.

An NGO organisation that provides legal services to women and children

News · 21 days ago
If you have a cause for complaint but are lacking funds to hire a lawyer, National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) can help and you are encouraged to get in touch. Their team will be happy to discuss your concerns and find a solution. National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) offers legal advice, legal assistance, internal/ in-house mediation (dispute resolution) and court annex mediation (dispute resolution) to vulnerable women and children on a pro bono basis. The organisation employs full time lawyers and also works with volunteer legal practitioners.

Empowering Through Legal & Human Rights Awareness

News · about 2 months ago
Our approach involves immersive engagement with communities, enlightening key members like local chiefs, and conducting workshops in host communities and schools, among other initiatives. The National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) is dedicated to fostering an understanding of human rights, instilling a respect for these rights, and empowering individuals to actively respect, defend, and promote human rights in their communities and beyond.

Mission to provide affordable legal aid services to women and children

News · 3 months ago
The National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) was founded in 1990 with the mission to provide affordable legal aid services to women and children in marginalized social sectors who have experienced social injustice. Many of these individuals lack the financial means to hire a lawyer for legal representation in their pursuit of justice. NLACW is dedicated to offering legal services, representation, legal information, and education. Additionally, the organization actively engages in advocacy for policy and law reform concerning the rights of women and children. The funding for NLACW's activities comes from various sources, including donations from its parent organization, the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ), client contributions, and collaborations with partner organizations. NLACW envisions a society where underprivileged women and children have equitable and unhindered access to legal rights through proper legal representation.

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110A/150 Musonda Ngosa Road, Villa Elizabetha, Lusaka, Zambia

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