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Regional Assessment: The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative

This report presents the assessment findings of the Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative (AP-A2J) conducted over April and May 2009. The assessment is part of a UNDP effort to respond to one of the recommendations of the global Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund 2008 Evaluation more

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Regional Assessment: The Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative

This report presents the assessment findings of the Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative (AP-A2J) conducted over April and May 2009. The assessment is part of a UNDP effort to respond to one of the recommendations of the 2008 Evaluation of the global Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund more

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Results: Rule of Law

Currently, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is strengthening rule of law in over 100 developing countries, including 37 affected by crisis. UNDP rule of law programmes include providing legal empowerment to the poor and marginalized groups, including women, young people, the more

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Rethinking the Role of Law and Justice in Africa's Development

Rethinking the Role of Law and Justice in Africa's Development An Edited Volume of Discussion Papers This Edited Volume of five discussion papers highlights the inter-linkages between the law, access to justice and legal empowerment on the one hand and sustainable and inclusive development on more

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Rule of Law and Access to Justice in Eastern and Southern Africa

Drawing on case studies from Botswana, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Uganda, this report outlines several achievements and challenges that affect UNDP’s Rule of Law and Access to Justice focus and approach.   The mapping shows an more