Refugee Law Clinic Munich e.V.

Equality and non-discrimination

Human rights

The Refugee Law Clinic Munich e.V. is a student initiative which, as a non-profit association, offers asylum seekers, refugees and foreigners free legal advice in the area of asylum and foreigners law.

https://rlc-deutschland.de/

The idea of "Law Clinics" originated at American universities and has been practised there since the 1960s. The aim is to give free legal advice by students to those seeking advice. While training their practical skills, law students can in this way give socially disadvantaged groups of people access to qualified legal advice.
This idea is now also catching on at German law schools. Numerous law clinics have been founded in recent years. Some are organised as independent student associations, others are linked to the universities.

Germany

Refugee Law Clinics Deutschland e.V.
Ofener Straße 52 a
26121 Oldenburg

To offer migrants and refugees free legal help.

Student volunteers of the Law Clinics wish to meet the claim and responsibility of helping to shape civil society and the constitutional democracy. That is why the RLCs work hard to promote a pragmatic approach, based on the fundamental values of the constitution, where the rule of law is particularly challenged.

Roles of the volunteers

95%

Planned the project

Managed the project

Have been involved in the implementation

Own funding

not available

human rights, migration, refugees, democracy, law, legal help

Quality Standards of project with volunteers

I declare that my project meets all the quality requirements here listed

  • There are clear, planned outcomes for the local community based on identified needs.
  • Volunteers bring added value to the project and don’t replace paid staff.
  • Volunteers are recruited, trained and managed according to the quality volunteer management cycle.
  • The conditions of the opportunity are inline with the relevant legal framework in the country/ region concerned. Eg regarding insurance, expenses payments, agreements/contracts etc.
  • The volunteers are celebrated and thanked for their time and commitment.

YES

  • The organization providing the volunteer opportunity demonstrates an inclusive approach. Volunteers from all backgrounds and situations are welcome.

YES

  • There is the opportunity for the learning acquired through volunteering to be validated, if the volunteer desires it.

YES