Justice and Law

We measure oil barrels and corn harvests. So why not justice?

'No country - developed or developing - is immune to abuses in the justice system.' Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Karen Tse

CEO and Founder, International Bridges to Justice (IBJ)

Basavanagouda Patil

Founder and Director, Access to Justice Index


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