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Provide legal identity for all, including birth registration.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Legal Aid Societies: Offer legal assistance and services to individuals who may not otherwise be able to afford legal representation, including help with obtaining legal identity documents.

  2. Immigrant and Refugee Assistance Centers: Assist immigrants and refugees, providing support in obtaining legal documents and navigating the legal processes associated with identity documentation.

  3. Community Law Centers: Provide legal services, including assistance with identity-related legal matters.

  4. Human Rights Organizations: Ensure universal legal identity as part of their broader mission to protect and promote human rights.

  5. Citizenship and Immigration Services: Assist individuals with the legal processes related to citizenship and legal identity.

  6. Community Development Organizations: May include legal identity services as part of their efforts to empower individuals and communities.

  7. Women's Rights and Advocacy Groups: Focus on women's rights, ensuring that women have access to legal identity documents, which can be crucial for empowerment and protection.

  8. Indigenous Rights Organizations: Advocate for the rights of indigenous peoples and may ensure access to legal identity for indigenous communities.

  9. Senior Citizens Associations: May offer support in obtaining legal identity documents for older individuals.

  10. Community Outreach Programs by Legal Firms: Law firms with a focus on community outreach and pro bono work may help individuals secure legal identity.

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