Access to Justice: Bibliography
Chopra, Jarat, and Tanya Hohe. "Participatory Intervention." Global Governance 10 (2004): 289-305.
Galanter, Marc. "Access to Justice as a Moving Frontier." In Access to Justice for a New Century: The Way Forward, edited by Julia Bass, W.A. Bogart, and Frederick Zemans, 147-161. Toronto: Irwin Law, 2005.
Golub, Stephen. "The Rule of Law and the UN Peacebuilding Commission: a social development approach." Cambridge Review of International Affairs 20, no. 1 (March 2007): 47-67.
Maru, Vivek. "Between Law and Society: Paralegals and the Provision of Justice Services in Sierra Leone and Worldwide." The Yale Journal of International Law31 (2006): 427-476.
O'Neill, William G. "Gaining Compliance Without Force: Human Rights Field Operations." In Civilians in War, edited by Simon Chesterman. Boulder, Col.: Lynne Reiner, 2001.
Pouligny, Beatrice. "Civil Society and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: Ambiguities of International Programmes Aimed At Building New Societies." Security Dialogue 36, no. 4 (2005): 495-510.
[Back to Top] Barricades or Obstacles: The Challenges of Access to Justice." In Comprehensive Legal and Judicial Development: Toward an Agenda for a Just and Equitable Society in the 21st Century, ed. Rudolf V. Van Puymbroeck (Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 2001): 69-85.
Anderson, Michael R. "Access to Justice and Legal Process: making legal institutions responsive to poor people in LDCs." Institute of Development Studies Working Paper 178, February 2003.
Asian Development Bank. Law and Policy Reform at the Asian Development Bank in 2001. Legal Empowerment: Advancing Good Governance and Poverty Reduction. Manila: Office of the General Counsel, Asian Development Bank, 2001.
Barendrecht, Maurits, and Patricia Van Nispen tot Sevenaer. "Microjustice." (February 1, 2008). TILEC Discussion Paper No. 2008-010. Available online at the Social Science Research Network website.
Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor. Making the Law Work for Everyone. 2008.
Dale, Pamela. "Barriers to Justice in Sierra Leone." World Bank, Justice for the Poor (J4P) 1, Issue 4 (September 2007).
Decker, Klaus, Caroline Sage and Milena Stefanova. "Law or Justice: Building Equitable Legal Institutions." World Bank, 2005.
Global Rights. The Long Road Home: Burundi's Land Crisis. Global Rights Magazine, Summer 2005.
Golub, Stephen. "Beyond Rule of Law Orthodoxy: The Legal Empowerment Alternative." Rule of Law Series Working Paper No. 41, Democracy and Rule of Law Project, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, October 2003.
Golub, Stephen. "Nonlawyers as Legal Resources for Their Communities." In Many Roads to Justice: The Law Related Work of Ford Foundation Grantees Around the World, eds. Mary McClymont and Stephen Golub. Ford Foundation (2007): 297-313.
Hammergren, Linn. "Access to Justice: Reflections on the Concept, the Theory, and its Application to Latin Americas Judicial Reforms." Real Instituto Elcano de Estudios Internacionales y Estrategicos, 6/9/2004.
Letto-Vanamo, Pia. "Access to Justice: A Conceptual and Practical Analysis with Implications for Justice Reforms." Voice of Development Jurists 2, no. 1 (February 2005).
Maru, Vivek. Between Law and Society: Paralegals and the Provision of Justice Services in Sierra Leone. New York: Open Society Justice Initiative, 2006.
Mayer-Rieckh, Alexander and Pablo De Greiff. Justice As Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies, Social Science Research Council, 2007.
McClymont, Mary, and Stephen Golub. Many Roads to Justice: The Law-Related Work of Ford Foundation Grantees Around the World. The Ford Foundation, 2000.
Open Society Institute, Justice Initiative. Legal Aid Reform and Access to Justice. February 2004.
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Equal Access to Justice and the Rule of Law. OECD/DAC Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention Issue Brief, 2005.
Penal Reform International (PRI). Access to Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Traditional and Informal Justice Systems. 2000.
Sage, Caroline and Michael Woolcock. "Breaking the Legal Inequality Traps: New Approaches to Building Justice Systems for the Poor in Developing Countries." Paper produced for the World Bank conference, "New Frontiers of Social Policy: Development in a Globalizing World," December 12-15, 2005.
Sinnar, Shirin. "Access to Justice: Topic Brief." World Bank.
United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID). Safety, Security, and Accessible Justice: Putting policy into practice. July 2002.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Programming for Justice: Access for All-A Practitioners Guide to a Human Rights-Based Approach to Access to Justice. 2005.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Access to Justice: Practice Note. 2004.
Van Rooij, Benjamin. "Bringing Justice to the Poor: Bottom-Up Legal Development Cooperation." World Bank, 2008.
World Bank, Justice for the Poor (J4P). A Framework for Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia. November 2007.
World Bank, Justice for the Poor (J4P). Village Justice in Indonesia. Case Studies on Access to Justice, Village Democracy and Governance. . 2004.
World Bank, Justice for the Poor (J4P). Justice for the Poor and Understanding Processes of Change in Local Governance-Sierra Leone: Concept Note. December 2006.
Xavier, Cancio. "A New Office for a New State: East Timors Public Defenders." In Legal Aid Reform and Access to Justice, Open Society Justice Initiative (February 2004): 39-41.
[Back to Top] The Rule of Law and Transitional Justice in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies. Report of the Secretary General, S/2004/616, August 23, 2004.
[Back to Top] Commission on the Legal Empowerment of the Poor (Legal Empowerment)
Due Process of Law Foundation (DPLF)
Open Society Justice Initiative
RCN (Réseau de Citoyens) Justice et Démocratie
Southern African Legal Assistance Network (SALAN)
Timap for Justice (Sierra Leone)
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) - Asia-Pacific Rights and Justice Initiative (AP-A2J)
United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
World Bank, Justice for the Poor (J4P) Program