Joint Deliverables of the Justice Action Coalition

In November 2021, at the Senior Level Meeting of the Justice Action Coalition, a Joint Action Plan was established that included a set of ten deliverables to be produced by and with partner organizations. Concluding in 2023 around HLPF and the SDG Summit, these deliverables reflect a shared research agenda of the Justice Action Coalition.

2023 Justice Data Graphical Report

The Justice Data Graphical Report is a graphical report produced by the World Justice Project. It includes statistical analysis and data points on access to justice for all.

Download Part 1 and Part 2.

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Financing Women's Justice Needs: Global Perspectives on Violence Against Women, and a Case Study on Uganda

The forthcoming report underscores the interrelatedness of gender-responsive laws, justice policies, institutions, and budgets. All these elements are critical for keeping the wheel of justice in constant motion and for women’s full benefit.

Young Justice Leaders

The inaugural cohort of Young Justice Leaders committed to representing young innovative voices to influence international dialogues and research around justice. Over the course of two-years, their efforts led them to the 2023 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Summit in which SDG 16+ (Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies) was a focal point of discussion. Over the course of two years, the group facilitated dialogues, built networks, and contributed to the global justice movement and policy—demonstrating that people-centered justice is both possible and necessary.

Download the Young Justice Leaders workplan

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Justice for Children

The Justice Action Coalition released a series of Justice for Children Briefings leading up to the second SDG Summit in 2023.

Key Messages on People-Centered Justice

The Justice Action Coalition created core messages on people-centered justice. These messages act as a reference point for partners when communicating about people-centered justice and promote a common understanding of the concept