Resources for you
Tools to make your PLE project a success
PLE providers have often worked in isolation and there has been patchy and uneven development with few resources to help. The resources in this section aim to begin to fill this gap. PLE providers have often worked in isolation and there has been patchy and uneven development with few resources to help. The resources in this section aim to begin to fill this gap. Find out more about the five key principles for the delivery of effective PLE and how to put the principles into practice, learn how to robustly evaluate public legal education projects, or how to design and deliver equality public legal education (PLE) projects, even if you have not done any public legal education work before. There are also in-depth practical resources and a’cheat sheet’ for those of you creating or updating public legal information to help you make it as effective as possible. Read more
Teaching resources to use with your clients
We have three training modules containing teaching guidance and handouts available for you to use. We designed them particularly for those working in community organisations and who do not have legal training (intermediaries). Read more
If you use any of our resources we would be grateful if you completed the evaluation connected to that resource. We use evaluations all the time to improve our work and secure further funding to produce resources for you and your clients.
If you have resources that you would be happy to share with the international PLE community, please contact us.
If you would like further help with your projects, consider commissioning us.
Published: 2 November 2016