Justice Needs and Satisfaction in Niger
Niger is Africa's second-biggest landlocked country. It is a colossus of West Africa. Home of two deserts (Sahara and Sahel), its population has learned to live and thrive under challenging conditions.
In this report (French only), we explore common and serious legal problems Nigerien people experience in their daily life.
Partner(s)Ministry of Justice Niger
Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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- How many problems are fairly resolved?
- How many problems remain in need of fair resolution?
- Where do people go to try to resolve their most serious legal problems?
- How satisfied are they with the path to justice they embark themselves on?
The answers to these questions and the implications for further people-centred actions are laid out in the report (French only).
Request for Quotation
Service provision for data collection in Niger
The Hague Institute for the Innovation of Justice (HiiL) invites competent structures to submit an estimate for the realization of a multi-annual survey (4 years) with a sample of 3000 respondents (per year) of 16 years and over in Niger.
For more information, please read the request for quotation (French).