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After two years of development and pilot testing the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative published its Access to Justice Assessment Tool.

After two years of development and pilot testing the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative published its Access to Justice Assessment Tool.

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“Legal Tools: Early Access to Justice in Europe” focuses on early access to legal representation in Europe for people accused or suspected of crimes.

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The Innovating Justice Forum 2012 assesses systematically what is known about access to justice, focusing on civil justice, administrative justice and redress for victims of crime.

The Innovating Justice Forum 2012 assesses systematically what is known about access to justice, focusing on civil justice, administrative justice and redress for victims of crime.

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The applicant was granted legal aid for the purpose of lodging a cassation appeal with the Supreme Administrative Court, against a decision by which she was refused a monthly social assistance benefit.

This paper written by Maurits Barendrecht and Peter Van den Biggelaar describes an interactive consultation process that was organized to develop proposals for increasing access to justice while limiting costs for governments as well as for users of the legal system.

Written in 2002 by Roger Smith, this paper reviews the various considerations in ways of organising publicly funded legal services, making reference to the experience of various jurisdictions.

The paper „Legal Workers and paralegals - new avenues for services? Access to Justice and the introduction of the NFP Sector” was written by Pete Sanderson and Hilary Sommerlad and presented at the International Legal Aid Group (ILAG) conference that took place on 6-8 June 2007, Antwerpen.

These documents, updated as of early 2007, are a compilation of excerpts from the texts of international treaties and other instruments as well as summaries of selected case law of the United Nations Human Rights Committee, the Inter-American Court, and the Commission of Human Rights concerning the access to justice.

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