Everyday Justice is an exhibition at the Old Tourist Burma Building of artwork, films and stories about what justice means and the role everyone has in shaping it.
To mark four years of MyJustice, an access to justice programme funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council and working with over fifty partner organisations in Myanmar, to improve access to justice for the poor and vulnerable.
The exhibition held on 15 November featured artists' perspectives on the interaction of justice with identity and norms, short films, and photographs of change makers by Thet Htoo, Thi Ha Zaw and Aung Kyaw Kyaw.
MyJustice, an access to justice programme, aims to equip the people of Myanmar with the knowledge, confidence and opportunities to resolve conflicts fairly, equitably and justly.
The organization works closely with local communities to achieve a lasting impact on the way disputes are resolved and justice is delivered—especially for poor, vulnerable and marginalised people.