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Stacey Cram

Namati

United Kingdom

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Apr 07, 2015

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Dec 08, 2019

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The Case to Fund and Protect Grassroots Justice Defenders

Namati (on behalf of the Justice For All campaign)

This policy brief offers recommendations for policymakers, donors, and multilateral institutions on how to finance and protect the grassroots justice defenders who provide essential legal support to communities. In every region of the world, these champions of legal empowerment—who mostly hail from civil society—are helping people to know, use, and shape the law. Grassroots justice...

Emerging Trends in National Implementation of SDG Goal 16 and Justice Targets

Stacey Cram

This resource is a Namati briefing paper that presents three case studies from Kenya, Indonesia, and Jordan that highlight how national champions have begun shaping and influencing processes and planning new policies.

Access to Justice For All? Now That Would be a Measurably Good Thing

Stacey Cram, Vivek Maru

This article written by Stacey Cram and Vivek Maru discusses the importance of indicators when assessing the progress of goal 16 of the SDGs, which commits to "access to justice for all".

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Measuring progress on peace and justice: New global data site for SDG16

Press Release United Nations, July 14, 2016 – A coalition of international organizations today launched an online initiative to chart progress on one of the most challenging of the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – the commitment to “promote peaceful and inclusive societies” in all parts of the world, with measurable objectives in specific…

Posted July 14, 2016
The Panama Papers, Corruption and the Missing Solution

The role of law is to provide safeguards and protection for us all. But when the law resides in the hands of a few, those few have the power to ignore it, evade it, or manipulate it to advance their own interests – often at the expense of others. Such injustices occur around the world…

Posted May 13, 2016
Justice 2015 Update: Goal 16’s Impact

Over the last two years more than 300 organizations in the Global Legal Empowerment Network have campaigned for justice targets to be included in the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Their advocacy has been at both the international and the national level, with high-level political meetings, OpEds, open letters, campaign days and media events pushing the case…

Posted June 25, 2015