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Four Useful Sources

The World Justice Project describes itself as “…an independent, multidisciplinary organization working to advance the rule of law worldwide.  It began as an initiative of the American Bar Association.  Its Rule of Law Index analyses the rule of law performance of 126 countries, providing useful benchmarks for measuring the progress of reform initiatives.  Now, its Global Insights on […]

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Our Mission: To Support Law, Justice and Development. Start Here!

At Justice Through Law our mission is to support law, justice and development through our communities of practice. Welcome to the beta version of our blog. Law, Justice and Development is at the Core of Our Justice Mission – Tell Us What You Think We will create an online community of practice to help justice […]

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Featured Post: Alex Batesmith’s Five Tips For Your First Justice Assignment

Our friend and colleague Alex Batesmith is a barrister with over 25 years experience in national and international criminal law, human rights, rule of law capacity building and transitional justice. He is currently a lecturer at the University of Liverpool’s School of Law and Social Justice. He has worked for many international development organizations.

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World Justice Project: Access to Justice Portal

The World Justice Project has been at the forefront of the effort to advance evidence-based analysis of access to justice issues. An Analytical Tool for Policy Makers Now, they have put some of their most important work on their Global Insights on Access to Justice portal.  Would it help in your work to know how […]

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India: Lawyers Needed for Citizenship Justice in Assam

Lawyers Needed in Assam Devex reports some staggering numbers in India’s state of Assam where 1.9 million people have been excluded from the final National Register of Citizens.  32.9 million people applied to be included on the list.  Within the next four months the excluded will have to apply to a ‘Foreigners Tribunal’ to have […]

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Namati to Invest $45 million to Accelerate Justice

Namati will invest $45 million USD to accelerate justice around the world. It will work in close partnership with members of its network to take on three urgent issues – health justice, land and environmental justice, and citizenship justice – in six countries: Kenya, India, Myanmar, Sierra Leone, Mozambique, and the United States. Namati’s Global […]