Data Drives Justice

 

By any measure, 2020 has been a tumultuous year. Trust in leaders, institutions, and truth tellers has eroded even as the threats to our society grow larger by the day. And when basic facts are up for debate, complex issues become impossible to solve.

Amidst the noise and confusion, World Justice Project's survey-based data and insights provide common ground and a credible guide to protecting and advancing the rule of law. WJP's current research and engagement priorities address our most pressing governance challenges: rising authoritarianism, unequal access to justice, corruption, environmental destruction, imperiled human rights, and a public health crisis.

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Photo above, left: WJP surveys 25,000+ Mexican citizens on topics such as access to justice, corruption, and public safety. The resulting indicators are used at both the federal and state levels for monitoring and improving the rule of law (photo credit: Miguel Tovar). Right: WJP shares data with Mexico’s Office of the Minister for Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC) on criminal justice reforms (photo credit: Ignacio Miranda)

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During a year in which the rule of law became ever-more contested and politicized, the World Justice Project provided common ground and a credible guide to driving justice forward.

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