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Access to Justice and Rule of Law: Publications


Why, what and how to measure? A user's guide to measuring rule of law, justice and security programmes

This monitoring and evaluation guide is intended to improve the effectiveness of UNDP's rule of law programming with a view to implement UNDP’s Strategic Plan. It furthers the commitment of the organization in the Plan to ensure the highest standards of delivery of development results throughmore


2010 Global Programme Annual Report: Accelerating Access to Justice for Human Development: A UNDP Rule of Law Initiative

Rule of law and access to justice lie at the centre of UNDP’s mandate as essential to human development and the reduction of poverty. In recognition of the importance of rule of law and access to justice for enhancing human development, UNDP’s Bureau for Development Policy established the more


Access to Justice Practice Note

The Access to Justice Practice Note reviews UNDP's experience in the field, identifies good practices and lessons learned, and offers practical guidance on both the substantive and operational processes of Access to Justice. It identifies barriers to access and explores UNDP signature servicesmore


Access to Justice in Asia and the Pacific

 This Note considers four Asia-Pacific countries where access to justice programmes have been among the longest running: Cambodia, India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. more


Access to Justice in Cambodia

This synthesis note presents the main findings of the assessment of a Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund (DGTTF) project on Access to Justice in Cambodia, published as part of the DGTTF Lessons Learned Series. more

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