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Proyecto ACCESO is a rule of law skills training, legal reform, and public education program for Latin America. ACCESO is an acronym for “Abogados Creativos Colaborando para Encontrar Soluciones Optimas” (“Creative Lawyers Collaborating to Find Optimal Solutions”).

Founded in 1998, Proyecto ACCESO has trained thousands of judges, prosecutors, public defenders, justice ministry officials, private lawyers, law enforcement agents, and community leaders throughout the Americas.

Proyecto ACCESO develops curricula, facilitates workshops, and trains legal professionals around the Americas. Working local law enforcement agencies, we empower judicial innovators with a vast array of skills to promote sustainable reforms in their respective countries.

Proyecto ACCESO also creates, produces and distributes public education campaigns to educate members of civil society about their rights and increase confidence in the administration of justice.

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