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Access to Justice Assessment Tool

This manual offers very practical guidance to practitioners who seek to strengthen access to justice. It provides rigorous and detailed instruction on how to design research, monitor programs, and assess performance to address key obstacles. To do so, it provides them with a conceptual framework for analyzing access to justice and explains the basic skills and concepts necessary at each step:

1. Analysis of the Legal Context (6 Elements of Access to Justice)

2. Pre-Assessment Phase (Planning and Designing the Research)

3. How to Collect Data (includes interview, focus group, observation/visit, administrative data, and survey methodologies)

4. Organizing and Analyzing Data

5. Writing Assessment Reports

Annexes include sample questionnaires, interview cover letters, and report templates.

Uploaded on: Sep 10, 2013
Last Updated: Dec 04, 2015

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Resource Type: Practitioner Resources Issues: Criminal Justice, Legal Aid & Public Interest Law, Traditional / Customary Justice Tool Type: Manuals & Guides Languages: English Regions: > Global