Promoting Access to Justice Through Community-led Approaches

There are about 5 billion people globally whose justice needs are unmet, including those who cannot obtain justice for everyday problems, those who are excluded from opportunities the law provides, and those who live in extreme conditions of injustice. While there are different justice systems in different parts of the world, this event will focus on how we can use community-led approaches to reduce the gap in access to justice in a non-discriminatory manner in every justice system.

Watch the recording:

Moderated by: David Jacobstein, Democracy Specialist, USAID

Panelists:

Samuel Afrane, Country Director, The Hunger Project-Ghana
Stephanie Amoako, Senior Policy Associate, Accountability Counsel
Clifford Msiska, founder of Paralegal Advisory Services in Malawi

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