Justice Rising Blog Archives: December, 2013

15 Favorite Photos from 2013

WJP Staff | 12/31/2013

We tried to make this a "Top 10" list, but there were just toomany great photos. So, without further ado, here are ourfavorite 15 photos from 2013—just click on the photo belowto...

Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2013

WJP Staff | 12/24/2013

As the year comes to a close, we look back at Justice Rising's top ten most popular blog posts of 2013. From the regulatory crisis in Bangladeshi factories to whether the rule of law indeed makes...

The WJP Global Conversation

December 18th Edition | 12/18/2013

What do we talk about when we talk about the rule of law? Issues of security, accountability, and justice—to name but a few—affect people from all walks of life and all corners of the...

Madiba: To Swim Against Powerful Tides

Mondli Makhanya | 12/11/2013

The news broke on Saturday evening. FW De Klerk had just announced that Nelson Mandela would be a free man on Sunday. Throughout the country there were spontaneous celebrations as the nation prepared...

In Memoriam: Nelson Mandela

William H. Neukom | 12/09/2013

In July 2013, the World Justice Project dedicated the World Justice Forum IV in The Hague to Nelson Mandela, a man who more than any embodied the values, principles and goals of the WJP.At the time...

Zurich to Dubai: Big Cities and the Rule of Law

Justice Ellen Gracie Northfleet | 12/04/2013

Urbanization is an inexorable trend of humanity. Human beings tend to congregate in always larger clusters and today’s megacities tend to grow in conurbations.