As a meeting place for governmental and non-governmental actors, private sector leaders, and the donor community, the 2019 World Justice Forum addressed principal challenges to delivering justice, with particular attention paid to the theme of “Realizing Justice for All.”

We invite forum attendees to explore the following key readings and resources related to the convening theme and outcomes of the 2019 World Justice Forum:

Working Sessions Summaries

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The Art of Peace: The Value of Culture in Post-Conflict Recovery
British Council

Making Big Cases Small & Small Cases Disappear: Experiences of Local Justice in Myanmar
British Council

Searching for justice in the law: Understanding access to justice in Myanmar
British Council

SDG 16 – A cultural relations approach to peace, justice and strong institutions
British Council

Access to Justice

Justice For Women - High-level Group Report
The High-level Group on Justice for Women

Understanding Justice Needs: The Elephant in the Courtroom

Ombudsman schemes and effective access to justice: A study of international practices and trends
International Bar Association & Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law

Doing Justice to Sustainable Development: Integrating the Rule of Law into the Post-2015 Development Agenda
International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

Equal Access to Justice for Inclusive Growth: Putting People at the Centre

Leveraging the SDG's for Inclusive Growth: Delivering Access to Justice for All
OECD & Open Society Foundations

Opening Justice
Open Government Partnership

Achieving equal access to justice for all by 2030: lessons from global funds
Overseas Development Institute

Civil Legal System Modernization
Pew Trusts

SDG 16 Data Initiative 2018 Global Report
SDG16 Data Initiative

Justice for All
Task Force on Justice

Global Insights on Access to Justice
World Justice Project

Measuring the Justice Gap
World Justice Project and Task Force on Justice