The purpose of the toolkit is to provide a practical resource to help to improve the quality and impact of HIV-related legal services and to expand their availability. The toolkit provides guidance on factors to be taken into account when designing and scaling up an HIV-related legal services programme. It also provides guidance about different models and approaches for delivering, monitoring and evaluating HIV-related legal services and gives information about resource mobilization
From Program Design to Impact Evaluation
This study examines ethno-religious conflict with particular reference to the "indigene-settler" dispute in Jos and its surrounding villages as reported through various commissions of inquiry established between 1994 and 2010.
Enhancing gender equality in customary justice systems
Launched in March 2013 in partnership with the Afghan government, the Justice Training Transition Program (JTTP) offers justice professionals unprecedented levels of training in core legal skills and competencies. It provides continuing education...