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The ‘other 90 percent’: how NGOs combat corruption in non-judicial justice systems

This essay, found on pages 129-137 of this resource, probes the problem of corruption in non-judicial justice systems (NJJSs), or justice systems that do not involve the courts. It addresses two broad types of NJJS: customary and administrative. The essay also explores how NGOs help to constrain such corruption. It focuses on the Philippines, Bangladesh and Sierra Leone because they offer diverse examples of the problem and the strategies employed by NGOs to address the problems.

 

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Uploaded on: Nov 24, 2015
Last Updated: Apr 05, 2018
Year Published: 2007
Author: Steve Golub


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Resource Type: Impact Evidence Issues: Community Organizing, Environmental Justice, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Policy Advocacy Tool Type: Reports / Research Languages: English Regions: South Asia, Southeast Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa Nature of Impact: Change in law or policy Scale of Intervention/Impact: 0 to 1,000 people Institutions Engaged: Media, NGOs, Regulatory / Implementing Agencies Evaluation Method: Anecdotal Evidence, Project Document Review