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Better legal information

Case in point

Are you preparing public legal education (PLE) print materials? Consider including stories about people – case studies – to help introduce common legal situations in a way that your audience can identify with.

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Health and justice

Checking up on legal health

How to reach people with a legal problem before the problem gets too large to solve?

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Better legal information

The essence of evaluations

Just when you thought all the hard work on your public legal education and information (PLE) project was done – now it’s time to evaluate your work. It can be easy to see evaluation as only a bureaucratic chore – perhaps because funders often base funding decisions on program outcomes. However, evaluation is not just […]

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Better legal information

Getting rid of jargon

It can be easy to slip into using jargon when writing public legal education and information materials – especially when you are exposed to it through your daily work. However, jargon can make your information hard to understand for many readers.

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Training the trainers – tried and true strategies

Are you embarking on training community workers for the first time? Or, need some ideas as to how to promote and deliver your current training sessions to new groups?

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