The WJP engages its global network to create practical, locally-led programs led by non-traditional advocates often outside the justice system, such as artists, engineers, and healthcare workers. This library catalogs on-the-ground rule of law solutions the WJP has inspired and fostered through early-stage funding and network connections in 61 countries to date.

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Nearly two-thirds of Kenyan girls experience sexual assault. In 2012 the Kenyan High Court found that police failure to enforce existing rape law had created a climate of impunity. This project is ...

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In 2007, the Malawi High Court struck down the mandatory death penalty on the grounds that it violated the accused’s constitutional rights to a fair trial and access to justice. This project was ...

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Indigenous populations throughout the United States experience some of the greatest health inequalities. This project is the first US collaboration delivering health-impacting civil legal assistance ...

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Weak law enforcement and uneven legal protection for children in many Latin American countries compromise efforts to fight commercial sexual exploitation. This program brought together 26 civil ...

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Marginalized groups in Malawi face significant obstacles in accessing the formal justice system, particularly because of congested courts and a lack of pro-bono lawyers. This program addressed these ...

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To encourage youth to play an active role in the social and economic development of Senegal, this program is developing a debate curriculum and competition to mobilize students to create community ...

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