Delivering Justice, Rigorously.
A guide to people-centred justice programming. SDG 16.3 Trend report 2021. When injustices occur, people need effective redress. This report describes how people-centred justice services can be programmed systematically. It is written for “justice reform task forces:” commissions, justice leaders and private initiatives asserting ownership for the availability of high-quality justice services.
Case study The Justice Dialogue Key takeaways Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Case Study: The Justice Dialogue Author: Kanan Dhru, Justice Innovation Advisor Introduction The HiiL virtual Justice Dialogue took place on Wednesday, 20th April 2022 from 09:00hrs-13:00hrs CEST. High-level participants from Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, the Netherlands and USA participated in this Dialogue, […]
Authors Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Authors Authors Prof Dr. Maurits Barendrecht, Director Research & Development Isabella Banks, Justice Sector Advisor Juan Carlos Botero, Justice Sector Advisor Manasi Nikam, Knowledge Management Officer Kanan Dhru, Justice Innovation Researcher About HiiL HiiL (The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law) is a social enterprise devoted to […]
Methodology Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Methodology HiiL specialises in rigorous programming for people-centred justice. Our mission is in line with the magnitude of this challenge: prevent or resolve 150 million pressing justice problems by 2030. We believe that data on what works, combined with innovation, can transform the justice sector. Towards more […]
Case study CrimeSync Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Case Study: CrimeSync Author: Kanan Dhru, Justice Innovation Researcher CrimeSync exemplifies the individual grit and determination in attempting to change the domain of justice delivery. CrimeSync is the brainchild of Sorieba Daffae, a young lawyer and changemaker navigating the complexities of criminal justice institutions in […]
Case study LegalZoom in the US Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Case Study: LegalZoom in the US Author: Manasi Nikam, Knowledge Management Officer Introduction The traditional justice system often fails to meet the everyday legal needs of people. To bridge this gap, the people-centred justice movement emphasises on delivering outcomes that people want […]
Case study Local Council Courts in Uganda Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Case Study: Local Council Courts in Uganda Author: Manasi Nikam, Knowledge Management Officer Introduction During the guerilla war that took place in the National Resistance Movement (NRM) of 1981-86, Resistance Councils were established to mobilise people as well as resolve disputes […]
Case study “Casas de Justicia” in Colombia Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Case Study: Casas De Justicia Colombia Author: Juan Botero, Justice Sector Advisor Out of every 1000 disputes that arise in Colombia today, how many of them are peacefully resolved through institutional dispute resolution channels and how many lead to a downward […]
Case study Problem-Solving Courts in the US Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / Case Study: Problem-Solving Courts in the US Author: Isabella Banks, Justice Sector Advisor Introduction Problem-solving courts are specialised courts that aim to treat the problems that underlie and contribute to certain kinds of crime (Wright, no date). “Generally, a problem-solving court […]
8 8. Strategy 5: strengthening the movement Trend Report 2021 – Delivering Justice / 8. Strategy 5: strengthening the movement The task force must ensure momentum is sustained. When considering this fifth strategic intervention, we can assume that the task force has been assembled and progress has been made towards evidence-based working. A sizable minority […]