Attend to clients and assess cases for intervention.
Seek access to clients in detention, ascertaining the conditions under which such clients are being detained, and provide them with appropriate legal and other assistance in accordance with the policy.
As requested by the Ministry of Gender, conduct investigations, participate in boards of
inquiry and advising on appropriate action to be taken.
Prepare legal briefs and studies on a variety of legal issues and instruments.
Provide legal representation to IDPs and refugees especially unaccompanied and separated minors, GBV survivors in court, in police stations and child protection cases.
Prepare responses to enquiries on legal issues on laws relating to IDPs and other forced migrants from ARC staff, governments, inter-governmental organizations, institutions, and the public.
Participate in capacity building of ARC’s stakeholders in relation to domestic and international laws that relate to refugees, other forced migrants and as well as IDPs.
Develop and maintain a database of and relations with internal /external referral partners.