Understanding National Progress: A Cross Regional Exchange on Access to Justice
This report presents the main conclusions and a summary of the issues discussed during the Understanding National Progress: A Cross Regional Exchange on Access to Justice organized by the Open Society Justice Initiative in Washington D.C. in October 2016.
The workshop brought together participants from a range of country contexts including Indonesia, Nepal, South Africa and the United States. Participants brought expertise in access to justice and legal aid, in case management, data collection, conducting legal needs surveys, and developing and managing justice indices. This outcome document includes discussion on some of the needs workshop participants identified for justice data providers and data users such as classification of useful datasets, assessing and strengthening data quality, mobilizing different data sources, and increasing investment in capacities of community-based practitioners on data related tools, analytical skills and data visualization strategies.
- Access to Justice
- Civic Space
- Criminal Justice
- Discrimination and Equality
- Economic Justice
- International Justice
- National Security and Counterterrorism
- Rule of Law