Access to Justice for the Poor and Disadvantaged in LMICs - An Evidence and Gap Map

CEDIL Inception Paper 11

The final paper will be available on the website towards the end of 2019

List of authors: White H, Saran A, Adona J, Chukwudozie A, Bless R ,Taremwa R, Kachero B and TBC

Access to justice is defined as the ability of both victims and accused to seek and obtain redress through the formal or informal legal system in an accessible, affordable, timely and just manner, regardless of sex, age, socio-economic status, mental or physical capacity, or ethnicity. . The map will not be restricted to interventions targeted exclusively at the poor and disadvantaged. It will include also interventions for the general population or specific groups (e.g. women) which may plausibly be expected to have a significant impact on the poor and disadvantaged.

 

 

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