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Group on Access to Justice- Papers

March 28, 2017 World Justice Project

Boaventura de Sousa SantosUniversity of Coimbra, School of Economics, Department of Sociology, and University of Wisconsin Law School and Flavia CarletMinistry of Justice- Brazil, Department of
Judiciary Reform,
 (DOC)"The Landless Rural Workers’ Movement and it Legal and Political Strategies for Gaining Access to Law and Justice in Brazil"

Eva Pils, School of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong(DOC)"Peasants’ struggle for land in China"

Hannah IrfanLegal Consultant, Lahore, Pakistan(DOC)"Honour Related Violence against Women in Pakistan"

David V WilliamsUniversity of Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand(DOC)"‘People perish, but land is permanent’ Seeking justice for the historical claims of indigenous people in New Zealand"

J. FaundezUniversity of Warwick(DOC) "Access to Justice and Indigenous Communities in Latin America"

James A. Goldston and Mirna AdjamiOpen Society Institute(DOC)"The Opportunities and Challenges of Using Public Interest Litigation to Secure Access to Justice for Roma Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe"

Geoff BudlenderHigh Court of South Africa(DOC)"Lessons From South Africa’s Land Reform Programme"

Yash GhaiHong Kong University Law School, Constitution Advisory Unit, United Nations Development Program(DOC)"Access to Land and Justice: Anatomy of a State without the Rule of Law"

Yash GhaiUniversity of Hong Kong Law School, Constitution Advisory Unit, United Nations Development Program and Jill Cottrell, University of Hong Kong Law School(DOC)"The Rule of Law and Access to Justice:  Findings of an ABA Project on Access to Justice"

Tanja ChopraWorld Bank’s ‘Justice for the Poor’ Program, Kenya(DOC)"Peace Versus Justice in Northern Kenya"

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