Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, Statelessness Network Asian Pacific,
The Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion and the Statelessness Network Asia Pacific collaborated with SNAP’s members in Japan to develop a joint submission to the Human Rights Council at the 28th Session of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in relation to statelessness, access to nationality and human rights in Japan. This was submitted on 30…
Alternative Law Groups (ALG),
The Review is basically a look at selected written and mostly published materials related to women, women’s rights, gender, and justice. It hopes to get a general glimpse of what has been said publicly about issues and concerns of justice and women’s perspectives, experiences, assessments, and recommendations in relation to the Philippine justice system (though…
National Legal Aid Agency, Ministry of Justice of Vietnam,
This resource is a direct link to the website of the National Legal Aid Agency of Vietnam with access to information and resources about legal aid in Vietnam.
The TAP Network is excited to present “Advocacy: Justice and the SDGs,” a toolkit for civil society, activists, and policy practitioners. It is our hope that this toolkit will help its users use the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to successfully advocate for a national justice plan in their country. We are united in our…
Temitayo O. Peters,
A blog post by Temitayo O. Peters that outlines four ways regional bodies can help countries implement and monitor justice commitments made through the SDGs to ensure their success.
A chapter from the Guide includes a tool used to track a government’s progress towards achieving the SDGs.
A chapter from the Guide that outlines the two different steps in the planning for the delivery stage.
A chapter from the Guide that outlines the impact a national justice plan can have on achieving reform and addresses alternative options to a national justice plan.
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”.
A chapter from the Guide that outlines how legal empowerment improves development.
A chapter from the Guide that overviews the limitations of the 2030 Agenda’s promise to a systematic review process.
A chapter from the Guide that describes the different components and advocacy tactics of the consultation and mapping stage.
A chapter from the Guide that outlines major key events that led to the adoption of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
A chapter from the Guide detailing the reason why the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) would not achieve sustainable development.
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