JUSTICE IN A PANDEMIC
As the world struggles to get a grip on the coronavirus pandemic and make sense of the new social, economic and political reality that we are suddenly in, the justice workforce finds itself on the frontline.
People-centered justice approaches are needed to respond to the urgent challenges that the pandemic poses. They will help societies manage the institutional, social and economic fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak and can help build more just societies for the future.
JUSTICE IN A PANDEMIC BRIEFINGS:
The justice team at Pathfinders, together with over 50 partners from around the world, developed a first briefing on Justice in a Pandemic, with a specific focus on Justice for All in the Public Health Emergency.
JUSTICE AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY
PEACE, JUSTICE AND INCLUSION IN THE PANDEMIC:
SHARING COUNTRY EXPERIENCES
JUSTICE FOR WOMEN AMIDST COVID-19
A selection of vital resources, commentaries, statements and initiatives on Justice for All and the COVID-19 pandemic, from our justice partners:
The Elders called on the G20 for a coordinated COVID19 response and are campaigning online about the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic is widening the justice gap
Namati has created an online space for grassroots justice activists to share resources: Justice during a pandemic: practical resources for legal empowerment groups
Open Government Partnership launched a resource webpage: Open Response — Open Recovery Resource and Data center, and are collecting Open Government Responses to COVID-19
The OECD has issued a call for evidence on the use of access to justice initiatives that have been developed in response to the coronavirus outbreak
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action — UNICEF published a technical note on COVID-19 and Children Deprived of Liberty
ICTJ’s Executive Director has published a message on Justice in the Era of COVID-19
ICTJ has published a Special Report on COVID-19: Keeping Justice in Sight
IDLO’s Director General has issued a statement on a Rule of Law based response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The International Legal Foundation (ILF) has published Guidance for Legal Aid Providers to Protect Health and Human Rights of Detainees during COVID-19
UNODC has published a paper on COVID-19 preparedness and responses in prisons
The UN’s Justice and Corrections Service and UNITAR have developed a toolbox on COVID-19 in places of detention, other guidance in response to COVID-19, with more to come on Remote Court Hearings and Prison Decongestion Measures
The Self-Represented Litigation Network has gathered resources on remote service delivery, is hosting twice weekly COVID Problem Solving Calls for justice system professionals, and has published a list of COVID-19 resource webpages from partners
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