Deliver Justice In The Covid-19 Crisis

To deliver people-centered justice in the face of the global public health epidemic, we urgently need real-time data about justice needs and responses in the corona crisis. This real-time data initiative covers expected surges in justice problems and outcomes, views on service delivery models and remedies, views on systems change needed, and views on capabilities to adapt.


Partner(s)

Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Year

2020

Country

Worldwide

Person in charge

Dr. Martin Gramatikov

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, the justice sector struggled to serve the broader population. The data we have gathered helps map the current and anticipated impact on individuals and societies. Two-hundred and seventy leaders from more than 20 countries engaged in this dialogue via an online questionnaire. The respondents have significant experience.

Analyses by our Justice Research and Development Team help determine which groups will be hit hardest, and which measures match the demand for justice in the Covid-19 crisis. The interactive charts allow you to explore the detailed views of these leaders, country by country.

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Respondents

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Countries