Site examines court rules of procedure, due process and how "thee art of law" evolved to preclude millions of self-represented citizens from access to court, their right to privacy and right to an effective remedy, including no contact.
Greek and Arabic translations of
www.owaat-cy.com, including international human rights information with simplified, fill-in-the-blank self-help application forms for filing in court to obtain a civil emergency protection order, stop order and for divorce.
One Woman At A Time (OWAAT) means "Zero Tolerance of Abuse Against Women" - Absent Evidence of "Domestic Violence".
Ms. Martin's private international consultation and legal services, Patricia M. Martin, Attorney At Law, P.C., provide guidance to self-represented civil litigants on how to self-help theie civil and human right to access to court, privacy and the right to an effective remedy. Ms. Martin's specialized focus is aimed at empowering abused women to transform themselves from abuse victim to self-represented civil litigant seeking emergency civil protections to prevent unwanted contact, absent evidence of "domestic violence".
For more information on Self-help Your Right To No Contact, email Patricia M. Martin at email@example.com.
Visit the new One Woman At A Time (OWAAT) website at www.owaat-cy.com to learn how this U.S. Fulbright Scholarship program in the Republic of Cyprus implements its aim at empowering abused women to know what human rights they have and be guided how to self-help as self-represented litigants who can place the law in their hands to obtain emergency no contact protections to prevent domestic partner, intimate partner or family member abuse.
OWAAT - Cyprus women learn how to file a civil claim for emergency protections at court and prepare to testify in court to assert why a protection order is necessary to no longer be linked to persons who make unwanted contact with them, at home or work, at rest in private or public places, online, via text or email, in violation of their fundamental human rights of enjoyment of life, privacy, equality in marriage, and freedom of association, and other human rights and freedoms.
OWAAT - Cyprus women can access online via the OWAAT website simplified human rights information and fill-in-the-blank forms available in downloadable pdf format, including instructions and other court provided forms for them to complete by hand.
OWAAT - Cyprus women attend workshops to discuss their specific issues and to be guided how to file a self-represented civil claim seeking court access and emergency protections from violations of human rights and to prevent abuse.
Protection orders issued in the Republic of Cyprus after January 11, 2015, are recognized and enforced by all European Union Member-state courts.
OWAAT means Cyprus has Zero Tolerance For Abuse Against Women, but provides a blueprint for any community in the world seeking to pool resources, conduct community-court collaboration networks and initiate volunteer outreach programs aimed at empowering abused women to self-help to gain access to court and seek protections to prevent their abuse.
OWAAT is funded by a U.S. Fulbright Grant through May 2015 and implemented by Patricia M. Martin, Esq., U.S. Fulbright Legal Research Scholar, One Woman At A Time Project.
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