FOR JUSTICE FOR ALL
To deliver justice for all by 2030, in a world where billions of people are not yet able to obtain justice, we need to move from words to action now.
We possess the tools, knowledge and strategies needed to accelerate progress and the Justice for All report sets out an agenda for action.
Ahead of the SDG Summit on 24 and 25 September in New York, we encourage all countries and organizations to register acceleration actions for Justice for All.
The United Nations has created a global registry for SDG acceleration actions.
Registration is open now:
Number of Access to Justice-related
Acceleration Actions in the UN SDG Registry
On the sidelines of the UN High-level Political Forum in July 2019, the co-chairs of the Task Force on Justice spoke to the importance of registering acceleration commitments to justice.
JUSTICE FOR ALL
DECLARATIONS AND ENDORSEMENTS
The Hague Declaration on Equal Access to Justice for All by 2030 was adopted at the Ministerial Roundtable on Access to Justice, hosted by H.E. Sigrid Kaag, Minister for Foreign Trade and International Cooperation, in the Peace Palace in The Hague on 7 February 2019.
Led by Argentina, the Buenos Aires Declaration on Equal Access to Justice for All endorsed the principle of the Hague Declaration on May 8th, 2019.
In June 2019, the g7+ held a Ministerial-level meeting on “Access to Justice for All in Conflict-Affected Countries” in The Hague. The meeting culminated in the Access to Justice for All in Conflict-Affected Countries Declaration and Joint Action Plan, to be presented at the UN High-Level Political Forum in July 2019.