Author(s): World Justice Project and Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies
Year: 2021

Billions of people face critical unmet justice needs. More effective collection and use of justice data can help transform justice systems from providing justice for the few to delivering justice for all. This paper takes stock of research and experience in improving justice data, and identifies data priorities for improving people-centered justice. This paper recommends data priorities to advance justice for all. In 2019, before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world's leading justice organizations and experts estimated that 5.1 billion people—two-thirds of the world's population—lack meaningful access to justice.

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