• As a part of ensuring the rights of children and bettering the Juvenile Justice System and to increase awareness about legal matters in children, classes were held to make children legally literate.
  • Special initiatives were carried out to increase awareness about legal matters in women and efforts were made to ensure that women from all walks of life had access to Legal Aid Services.
  • It is necessary to have community-based initiatives to ensure better implementation and access to various services. Community-based Para Legal Volunteers or Legal Service Volunteers, as they are called, were recruited and appropriate training was given to them to ensure better service.
  • Legal Aid Clinics were set up in various parts and their activities were closely scrutinised to ensure better service.
  • Legal Aid Clinics were set up in jails to help inmates get access to legal services.
  • To ensure legal literacy and legal awareness among students and youth, Legal Aid Clinics were established in Delhi University, law colleges and other institutions.
  • Legal Literacy Classes were held in schools and colleges to help students understand various aspects of legal matters and increase their knowledge in legal matters and terms.
  • Legal Literacy Clubs were set up in various places in Delhi to make citizens aware of various legal matters and legal issues so that people become literate in legal issues.
  • Part-IV A of the Indian Constitution deals with the fundamental duties of citizens but not many are aware of it. These ideals were promoted to educate citizens about their fundamental duties so that they become more responsible citizens.
  • When it comes to access legal services, it often becomes difficult to common people and especially, the mentally-ill. Hence initiatives were taken up so that such people could get access to legal services.
  • Adequate training programmes were conducted for Legal Aid Lawyers and Para Legal Volunteers so that they could dispense their duties with more precision.
  • The help and support of various government departments and government training institutions were ensured to promote awareness and knowledge about the various legal services institutions and their activities which are aimed at reaching legal services to one and all.
  • In 2012, 75 judicial officers from North Eastern States were selected and were given orientation training programmes to update their knowledge and make them better and more responsible officers so that they could dispense justice fearlessly and truthfully.
  • Acknowledgement of good work helps in motivation and inspiring them to put their best foot forward.  With this in view, judicial officers who did a fabulous job in carrying out legal services activities, were appreciated and their work lauded.
  • Any services, if not checked, often can go haywire. Hence a special and effectual system was put in place that could scrutinise the functioning of the various legal services authorities. This was done by collecting timely feedback and reports from district and state legal services authorities.
  • Modern technology often helps in putting u a more efficient system in place. NALSA, a web-based checking system was put in place to ensure speedy monitoring.
  • To ensure transparency and check the function of legal services activities, a social audit was conducted from time to time.

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