The two SDG global indicators for target 16.3 adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2016 both focus exclusively on criminal justice, leaving out the everyday civil justice needs experienced by most of the population, and especially by groups most at risk of being left behind.
Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, Regents Professor and Robina Chair in Law, Public Policy, and Society at the University of Minnesota Law School, joins WJP Chief Engagement Officer Ted Piccone to discuss emergency laws and human rights.
On September 24, governments, international organizations, and civil society are meeting at the UN's Sustainable Development Goals Summit to discuss how to accelerate progress toward achieving Agenda 2030.
Checks and balances are essential to prevent abuse of power, and to sanction government officials when they break the law. Learn about what data from the Mexico States Rule of Law Index 2018 tells us about checks, balances, and constraints on government powers in Mexico.
This week on Rule of Law Talk, WJP Executive Director Elizabeth Andersen is joined by two members of the Justice Leadership Group—Willy Mutunga and Salaheddin Al-Bashir—to discuss "What Makes a Justice Leader?"
In her recent art installation featuring WJP Rule of Law Index data, Nóra Al Haider brought the concept of rule of law to life in an exhibit designed to shed light on justice systems around the world. Learn more about Nóra's approach to visualizing the health of justice systems via interactive design.
The World Justice Project is excited now to share its World Justice Forum 2019 Report, reflecting the rich discussions that occurred over the course of the World Justice Forum, April 29 to May 2 in The Hague, Netherlands.
Learn about project impacts, successes, and insights of the Riverine People and the Right to Full Reparation project, a winning project in the 2019 World Justice Challenge: Access to Justice Solutions.