Country Comparison Page

This page shows a comparative view on access to justice as people experience it. Our key goal is to show the contours of the justice gap. Data originates from HiiL’s Justice Needs and Satisfaction Surveys.

Every year at least one billion legal problems occur in people’s lives. The Justice for All report estimates that 5.2 billion people cannot resolve a serious justice problem. The justice gap is huge! After interviewing thousands of people in 16 countries we can identify trends in the epidemiology of access to justice, problem resolution rates and the paths to justice that people evaluate as most helpful. Countries can be compared to each other. In two countries – Mali and Uganda, two surveys have been conducted in different periods. This allows to track indicators across time.

Every year at least one billion legal problems occur in people’s lives. The Justice for All report estimates that 5.2 billion people cannot resolve a serious justice problem. The justice gap is huge!

After interviewing thousands of people in 16 countries we can identify trends in the epidemiology of access to justice, problem resolution rates and the paths to justice that people evaluate as most helpful.

Countries can be compared to each other. In two countries – Mali and Uganda, two surveys have been conducted in different periods. This allows to track indicators across time.

Our ambition is to extend the scope of the comparable access to justice indicators. Stay tuned for further updates.

Justice Dashboard

Justice Dashboard