In honor of Law Day on May 1, our latest Rule of Law Talk conversation focuses on an exciting new civics education effort, the Educating for American Democracy (EAD) initiative, spearheaded by iCivics and dozens of other organizations and institutions, including the American Bar Association. WJP's Elizabeth Andersen is joined by the Executive Director of iCivics, Louise Dubé; the President-Elect of the American Bar Association, Reginald Turner; and an experienced high school civics educator from Nevada, Averill Kelley, who in addition to his work on the civics front lines, has worked with both the ABA and iCivics to support their work.
 

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Environmental Governance Indicators for Latin America and the Caribbean

The Escazú Agreement is groundbreaking for the region and the world, but the hard work performed by governments and civil society to draft and adopt it will only bear fruit through implementation. Data on the extent to which environmental law is put into practice will be key for helping policymakers, researchers, and advocates monitor progress and address implementation gaps.

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COVID-19 in Asia and the Pacific: Solutions to Rule of Law Challenges

On April 6, the WJP convened a World Justice Challenge Finalists Regional Showcase for Asia and the Pacific, featuring an assessment of the efforts underway in the region to "build back better" from the challenges posed by COVID-19. The following provides a summary of key takeaways and insights from finalist projects shared at the event.

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COVID-19 in Africa and the Middle East: Solutions to Rule of Law Challenges

On March 31, the WJP convened a World Justice Challenge Finalists Regional Showcase for Africa and the Middle East, featuring an assessment of the efforts underway in the region to "build back better" from the challenges posed by COVID-19. The following provides a summary of key takeaways and insights from finalist projects shared at the event.

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