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
Read about two young attorney’s who have worked on access to justice initiatives for youth in Zimbabwe and Ethiopia and learn how mobile phones can improve access to justice.
On October 17th, come listen to the CEO of Social Impact Lab Company, and two young attorney’s from Kenya and Ethiopia talk about the role of youth in access to justice!
Learn about traditional justice systems that strengthen human rights and why imparting skills like media and institutional advocacy are essential.
This program is one of the first of its kind in the US to provide free legal aid in civil cases through churches in Tennessee
Read what this lawyer had to say on youth, informal justice systems, and rule of law programming by the international community.
New research discusses the limitations to current access to justice programs and touches on goals that should be pursued to improve it.
A courtroom and a mediation center inside a bus? This program gives new meaning to the term mobile courts!
Mississippi might be among the worst states to provide legal services to its population, but a new partnership aims to address discrimination faced by HIV/AIDS patients.
Check out what Ruth Sebatindira had to say on the traditional justice system, battling corruption, and changing the public perception of lawyers in Uganda.
Lawyers abroad aren’t the only ones implementing innovative access to justice programs. Check out what lawyers in Maine are doing to make legal aid more accessible to the public.
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.
A new IDLO study on Access to Justice explores challenges and solutions for women in Asia and Africa.