After the course, participants were asked to state the implementation steps, in line with the course objectives, which they have started or will start soon.
Items expressed in categories:
A: Street Law Program (Focusing on families)
B: Street Law Program through cyberspace
C: Free legal advice
D: Pro bono defending the cases of needy people in the courts
E: Negotiations with the universities authorities to establish new legal clinics
F: Transfer necessary knowledge and skills to other university colleagues to promote clinical legal education
G: Communicate with other lawyers to expand and strengthen pro bone legal services
H: Providing legal content in simple language and sharing to Social Networks
I: Develop and implement programs to teach law to children and adolescents
J: Promoting people with disabilities’ rights
K: Activities in the field of elderly rights
Before the end of the course, the organizing team, based on the statistics obtained in the participation forms, formed the following four working groups.
The participants were informed about the titles, framework and goals of these working groups and were asked to register in these working groups if they intend to participate actively and in groups.
Explanation: The information mentioned above are about the activities that trainees are doing individually or in groups. So the members of the working groups are in the statistics presented in the previous section, but all the people in the information mentioned above may not be members of the working groups.
Working group to establish a legal clinic
Working Group on street law
Working group on teaching rights to children
Working Group on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Elderly
Statistics of people participating in executive actions (individual / collective) by city: