Asia Access to Justice Week RegistrationPlease confirm your participation by clicking on one of the below options
Asia A2J Week is a full week of activities focusing on the strengthening and supporting greater access to justice for the vulnerable, marginalized and poorer members in our communities.
More info: babseacle.org/asia-access-to-justice-week
Attend the full A2J-Week
The Full Package participant in the following activities:
- A2J Thematic sessions on the 15 – 16 January 2018;
- A2J Chiangmai Organization Field Trips on the 17 January 2018;
- Mock Criminal Sentencing Hearings on 19 January 2018
- Asia Justice Marathon (option one of the following 42K, 21K, 10K, 5K or 3K) on the 20 January 2018;
- Justice, Health & Fitness Fair on the 20 J
Attend the A2J Thematic Sessions
Participation in the A2J Thematic sessions on the 15 – 16 January.
Attend the Mock Criminal Sentencing Hearings & A2J Chiang Mai Organizations Field Trips
Participation in the following 2 days activities, A2J Chiang Mai Organizations Field Trips (17 January 2018) & Mock Criminal Sentencing Hearings (19 January 2018)
Attend the A2J Roundtable Meetings
Participation in the A2J Roundtable Meetings Event (18 January 2018) (Only for people with invitation)
Attend the A2J Training of Trainers
Participation in the A2J Training of Trainers for Legal Service Providers (18 January 2018) (Only for people with invitation) More information and invitation request
A2J Celebration Dinner Registration
A2J Celebration Dinner starting from 6:30pm Saturday 20 January 2018 The dinner features guest speakers from BABSEACLE’s partners, cultural performances, presentations and highlights from the many activities including the Asia Justice Marathon and A2J Fair earlier that day.
“The Exonerated” Live Theater Ticket
The Gate Theater Group production of “The Exonerated” written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen and directed by Gate founder Stephan Turner. The Exonerated, one of The Gate’s most successful productions, is a play featuring the real life stories of people wrongly accused of murder and put on death row in the United States. The story of six average Americans that reveals a very disturbing pattern within the judicial system. The writers received the Champion of Justice Award from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for their script. The play focuses on issues of both over- and under-criminalization including both the death penalty and those wrongly convicted.