New Perimeter provides long-term pro bono legal assistance in under-served regions around the world to support access to justice, social and economic development, and sound legal institutions, with an overarching goal of supporting women's advancement.
Supporting Transitional Justice Efforts
New Perimeter is assisting the Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG) to implement several projects focused on transitional justice in Africa and Asia.
Building Trial Advocacy Skills in The Gambia
New Perimeter collaborates with the National Agency for Legal Aid, The Gambia (NALA), to develop and deliver trial advocacy skills trainings for NALA’s lawyers and other NALA stakeholders.
Supporting Small Businesses and Pro Bono in Ukraine
New Perimeter is supporting Uzhorod National University Faculty of Law, a law school in Western Ukraine, to help it start a legal clinic to assist Ukrainian small businesses impacted by war.
Advancing Menstrual Health
This multi-country study highlights the scope of menstrual health in 12 countries, selected for their diversity in geography, governance, socioeconomic status and cultural connotations.
Enhancing the Legal Skills of Lawyers in the South Pacific
New Perimeter collaborates with The University of the South Pacific (USP) to develop and deliver a practical legal skills course to enhance the legal skills of Pacific Islander law students.
Global Foodbanking Network
New Perimeter supports the Global Foodbanking Network (GFN), an international nonprofit that works towards a hunger-free future in more than 40 countries by sustaining, uniting and strengthening food banks.
Responding to intimate partner violence
Our review highlights interventions that are both innovative and hold promise.
Assisting Legal Services Providers
to Work Remotely
Providing Legal Services Remotely: A Guide to Available Technologies and Best Practices is meant to serve as a practical resource for LSPs around the world, particularly those operating in rural areas. The guide highlights some of the technologies that can be used to provide legal services remotely, as well as best practices for use.