The World Justice Forum IV Poster Session was designed to provide attendees with a unique opportunity to exchange innovative ideas about developments in the rule of law worldwide, while informally networking with other forum attendees. It served as a prime opportunity to efficiently and effectively introduce the work of an organization or practitioner to the broader rule of law community.
Find below some examples of the programs presented during the World Justice Forum.
"Legal Empowerment for marginalized groups" - Poder Ciudadano, Argentina.
"Education for All" - The Cambodia Charitable Trust, Cambodia. Click here to preview this poster.
"Open Governance, Corruption and the Rule of Law: Evidence from the Health care System in Cameroon" - The Global Citizens' Initiative (TGCI)- Cameroon. Click here to preview this poster.
"Natural Resources Defense Council" - China Environmental Law Project, China.
"Temple-Tsinghua joint Masters of Law (LL.M.) Program" - Tsinghua University, China. Click here to preview this poster.
"Avocats Sans Frontières France (Lawyers Without Borders France)" - ASF, France.
"Invisible Unfairness: Justice Administration for children with Specific Learning Difficulties in Ghana" - Special Attention Project (SAP), Ghana. Click here to preview this poster.
"Impact Together – a social entrepreneurship mentoring program" - Mentor Together, India.
"Eradicating corruption does not have to be a forehead-frowning activity" - Future Leader for Anti-Corruption (FLAC), Indonesia. Click here to preview this poster.
"Research on rule of law and Kyrgyzsani Local Traditions" - Kyrgyzstan.
"Promoting Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Rural Communities" - Rural Human Rights Activist Programme, Liberia.
"Education for All: Reducing Inequalities" - Institute of Social Medicine, Macedonia.
"Sharing Malawi’s Rule of Law journey with the World at the WJF" - Malawi Delegation.
"Asociacion Nacional de Doctores en Derecho (National Association of Phd’s in Law)" - Mexico.
"Public Participation for Sustainable Development" - Mongolia.
"Microjustice4all (MJ4All)" - Netherlands.
"Identity" - Massey University, New Zealand.
"Popularizing the concept of the Rule of Law in villages in the Philippines" - Barangay Rule of Law Program of the Philippine Center for Civic Education and Democracy (PCCED), Phillipines. Click here to preview this poster.
"Rolling Out the Rule of Law for All" - Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa, South Africa.
"Pastoral Land Rights" - Community Research and Development Services (CORDS), Tanzania.
"Establishing an effective detention monitoring structure in the Deep South of Thailand" - Cross Cultural Foundation, Thailand. Click here to preview this poster.
"The Accountability Lab" - United States.
"ABA Section of Environment Energy and Resources (SEER)" - American Bar Association, United States.
"Introducing: Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law" - United Kingdom. Click here to preview this poster.
"Rule of Law Collaborative" - University of South Carolina Law School, United States. Click here to preview this poster.
"China Guiding Cases Project" - Stanford Law School, United States. Click here to preview this poster.
"Good Governance International (GGI)" - Stanford Law School, United States.
"PeaceTones" - United States.
"U.S. Africa Command (USAFRICOM) Office of Legal Counsel (OLC)" - AFRICOM, United States. Click here to preview this poster.
"The Rule of Law and Business – Developing a Global Business Rule of Law “Dashboard” - U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Pugatch Consilium, United States.
"The Center for Teaching the Rule of Law" - United States. Click here to preview this poster.
"Street Law: Zambia a practical legal education program for Zambia's youth" - Zambia. Click here to preview this poster.