To date, we have supported legal pro bono work in Ghana, Iraq, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Paraguay, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Tanzania, The Gambia, Turkey, Uganda, Zimbabwe.

See our work in action through these real world examples.

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a number of challenges to Nigerian courts. With the support of A4ID’s ROLE UK Programme, the Nigerian State Ministries of...
The Gambia is currently in a transitional period following the democratic election of President Barrow in 2016, ending the Jammeh government which had been in...
With the aim to improve child protection practices in Paraguay, Strengthening Families for Abandoned Children have partnered with Paraguay Protects Families...
An improvement in adherence to administrative law principles represents a real and practical gain for the Rule of Law.
This project saw ROLE deploying a team of GLD and commercial lawyers to share knowledge and experience directly from one practitioner to another.
This project improves access to justice for prisoners, one of the most poor and marginalised groups.
As opportunities and challenges arise in Uganda to improve access to justice, following the abolition of the mandatory death penalty, the ROLE UK Programme is...
In the wake of Nepal’s 2015 Constitution, which significantly broadened the scope for human rights’ protection, iProbono and the Law and Policy Forum for...
With the aim to improve access to justice for vulnerable Nigerian communities and ultimately contribute to the reduction of poverty, the ROLE UK Programme...
As East Africa’s economy rapidly develops, the ROLE UK Programme is supporting a partnership between the East Africa Law Society (EALS) and Advocates for...
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