This USAID and Landesa report contains information on everything from the needs assessment phase to designing an exit strategy. It also provides advice on how to be inclusive of ethnic minority communities and how to ensure the community can be more accepting of women’s rights.
This report offers strategies on working with media, increasing collaboration among NGOs, enforcing court rulings and much more.
Three emerging trends in property rights for vulnerable populations are explored. It discusses youth, displaced women, and innovative technology.
Learn why a purely rights-based approach to improving women’s access to justice may have little impact.
South Sudan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Liberia, Palestine & Ecuador offer fascinating case studies on why supporting access to justice initiatives for women’s land rights are critical in post-conflict states
From remaking the public image of women in the media to taking on strategic legal cases, the history of the women’s movement in the US offers a few lessons on advancing equality abroad.
A new IDLO study on Access to Justice explores challenges and solutions for women in Asia and Africa.