Interview with Author Sahar Maranlou on Access to Justice in Iran
Sahar Maranlou discusses her new book and covers Islamic concepts of access to justice & the first survey of its kind on women’s perceptions of access to justice in Iran.
Interview with Lisa Laplante on Fusing Psychosocial Care into Justice Reform in Post-Conflict Peru
Learn why transitional justice and rule of law in post-conflict countries are an ’empty concept’ if they don’t incorporate the psychosocial needs of its population into their programs.
Interview with the Refugee Law Project on Mobile Courts in Ugandan Refugee Settlements
Learn about the challenges refugees seek justice for, how witness protection and interpretation services are provided, and recommendations for the future!
Prison Paralegal Justice Centers in Kenya
Learn how prisoners are being trained as paralegals to provide access to justice to others in prison.
Interview with Lucy Claridge on Increasing Access to Justice for Minorities
Learn why the rule of law sector needs to focus more on incorporating ethnic minorities and indigenous groups into their programs and what the long-term implications of not doing so are.
Interview with Donny Meertens on Women’s Land Rights & Youth Views on Transitional Justice in Colombia
Read how women mobilized around land rights, why single women are excluded from land restitution processes & the different views between women & youth on transitional justice!
Interview with Leila Hanafi on How the Moroccan Diaspora is Pioneering Rule of Law Reform
Learn How the Moroccan Diaspora Has Been Getting Involved in Constitutional Reform
Interview with Lisa Denney on Donor Engagement with Informal Actors in the Justice & Security Sector
Learn why donors in the justice and security sector struggle to engage with customary officials and why informal actors may be more adaptable to change than the state.
Interview with USAID’s Wade Channell on Rule of Law Reform
Learn what Wade had to say on future trends in the rule of law sector, how to publicize lessons learned, and USAID’s biggest challenges in re-defining rule of law work.
Interview with Nimmi Gowrinathan on Women and Sexual Violence in Sri Lanka
Read what Dr. Gowrinathan had to say on barriers to reporting sexual violence and what institutions and tools would be helpful to combating it.
Interview with Felicia Mburu on Promoting Children’s Rights in Kenya
Check out Felicia’s thoughts on working with young people, traditional leaders, and religious institutions on children’s rights. You can also learn what international training is needed now more than ever!
Interview with Ndumba Kamwanyah on Juvenile Justice Reform in Namibia
Check out what Ndumba had to say on effective media strategies for the public and youth, how to incorporate restorative justice in juvenile courts, and the potential for international projects to undermine local initiatives.
Interview: The 50/50 Group on Women’s Rights in Sierra Leone
With an illiteracy rate of over 70% among women in Sierra Leone, learn how The 50/50 Group made new laws for women more accessible.
Interview with Anthropologist Dr. Stephen Lubkemann on Accessing Justice in Liberia
This anthropologist studied how Liberians interacted with the justice system and explains why more anthropologists are needed in the rule of law sector.
Interview with the Egyptian Diaspora on Strengthening Rule of Law and Democracy in Egypt
Read about the latest changes in Egypt, how being part of the Diaspora has helped advance rule of law and democracy, and how the international community should alter its approach.
Interview with Professor and Rule of Law Practitioner: James M. Cooper
Check out what James Cooper had to say on his experience helping South America transition to an adversarial system while still balancing indigenous forms of justice.
Interview with Kimberley Motley: The Only Western Lawyer Practicing in Afghanistan
Read what this lawyer had to say on youth, informal justice systems, and rule of law programming by the international community.
Interview with the President of the Uganda Law Society [Part 2]
Check out what Ruth Sebatindira had to say on the traditional justice system, battling corruption, and changing the public perception of lawyers in Uganda.
Exclusive Interview with New President of the Uganda Law Society: Ruth Sebatindira [Part 1]
Read what this pioneer had to say on the challenges for female lawyers in Uganda, the critical role of technology, and what the international community could do differently.