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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Decades of military rule have severely damaged judicial institutions that are vital to protecting the rule of law and human rights in Myanmar. To address the lack of judicial independence and ...

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This program developed a free, open-source software that allows citizens to vote on, track, and debate current legislation in order to encourage a robust public debate and empower citizens to build a ...

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Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia mobilizes public and private resources to help citizens participate in building their future by strengthening their communities and improving their civic and ...

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Legal Atlas is creating a free, open source toolkit that compiles access to information laws (A2I) from across the globe to support ongoing legal development, as well as facilitate understanding, ...

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Due process of law in Cambodia suffers from poor separation of powers and the continued influence that the executive exerts on the judiciary. This program was designed to raise the general population ...

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Through the Ganhando Terreno World Cup 2014 Campaign, the Guerreiras Project raised awareness about women’s empowerment, employability, and gender justice at the FIFA Men’s World Cup 2014. The program ...

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Among African countries that still criminalize homosexual acts, Cameroon has one of the highest arrest and prosecution rates of LGBTI persons. To combat intolerance and homophobia in Cameroon, ASF ...

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