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Access to Justice in Latin America – Executive Summary

Executive summary of the report “Access to Justice in Latin America”, that presents the results of a survey regarding the situation of access to justice in Latin America in the context of the pandemic, from the perspective of civil society organizations and a variety of actors that interact with the justice system, such as universities, lawyers, community paralegals, study centres, among other.

The working group includes: ACIJ (Argentina), Dejusticia (Colombia), FIMA (Chile), LABA (Brazil), CEJA-OEA, DPLF (regional) and the Legal Empowerment Network (global).

You can access the executive summary in Spanish here, and the full report in Spanish here.

Uploaded on: Apr 12, 2021
Year Published: 2020
Author: María Natalia Echegoyemberry

Resource Tags

Resource Type: Practitioner Resources Issues: Generalist Legal Services Tool Type: Reports / Research Method: Research Languages: English Regions: Central America, Mexico, South America