Access to justice not only ensures citizens can fully participate in their society—it’s also a key pillar of equitable development.
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Marginalization—be it economic, political, social, or cultural—is not a phenomenon reserved for minority communities. Segments of the majority can be disenfranchised and excluded too.
A new law supposedly creates a pathway to citizenship for thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent, after years of discrimination. But it has fundamental flaws.
Data on people with disabilities, an essential tool for addressing the challenges they face, has long been scarce in Mongolia. That's beginning to change.
A citizens watchdog platform aimed to deter fraud and increase voter confidence in a recent election in Kosovo.
In a country where institutions of accountability are grossly incapacitated, one radio program is proving an effective means of justice for ordinary Nigerians.
Nepali migrants are routinely cheated and forced into debt by recruitment agents. How can existing justice mechanisms be used to hold them accountable?
Two young women talk about their decision to train as community-based paralegals in Chitral, on Pakistan's remote northern border with Afghanistan.
How will the populist surge affect European politics? What can supporters of tolerance and diversity do?
In the wake of the May 20 presidential election in Malawi, the big question is: Did citizens get the government and leaders they deserve?
Why rely solely on official observers to monitor thousands of polling stations when you can empower the entire citizenry to do so?