Al-Dar Al-Arabia for Legalities and Advocacy

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Al-Dar Al-Arabia for Legalities and Advocacy is a civil society organisation established in 2010 in Sana'a.
Last updated: July 2015

Al-Dar Al-Arabia for Legalities and Advocacy is a civil society organisation established in 2010 in Sana'a. It works on a variety of issues including human rights work and development.

The founder of Al-Dar is registered in the General Schedule of the Yemeni lawyers association in 2005 and the Arab Lawyers Union in Cairo in 2008. Al-Dar consists of a major center located in Sana'a, and a network of law offices that represent it around the Arab world: in Beirut, Cairo, Baghdad, Amman, Dubai, Damascus, Jeddah, Al-Kuwait, and Tunis.

Al-Dar's human rights work focuses on:

  • Offering judicial help to the needy and those who cannot afford legal fees.
  • Advocating on issues related vulnerable groups in society including women, children, workers, refugees, the poor, prisoners and the disabled.
  • Participating in the development of and disseminating legal culture and human rights knowledge among the Arab community.
All this work and legal services are free and aim to help develop Arab societies and defend human rights, following the programmes and methodology of civil society organisations.

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