To deliver justice for all by 2030 in a world where billions of people are not yet able to obtain justice, we must resolve justice problems, prevent injustices from occurring, and use justice systems to create opportunities for people to participate fully in their societies and economies.
Alejandro Alvarez, Director, Rule of Law Unit, Executive Office of the UN Secretary-General; Donny Ardyanto, Program Advisor of Legal Empowerment and Access to Justice, TIFA Foundation, Indonesia; James Goldston, Executive Director, Open Society Justice Initiative; Pablo de Greiff, Senior Fellow and Adjunct Professor of Law, New York University and former Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, OHCHR; Sara Hossain, Lawyer, Supreme Court of Bangladesh; Kalthoum Kennou, Judge at the Court of Cassation, Tunisia; Vivek Maru, Chief Executive Officer, Namati; Allyson Maynard-Gibson QC, and Former Attorney-General and Minister for Legal Affairs of the Bahamas; Athaliah Molokomme, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Botswana to the UN Office in Geneva, Former Attorney-General, Botswana; Owen Pell, Partner, White & Case LLP; Marta Santos Pais, Former Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children
THE TASK FORCE
An initiative of the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies, The Task Force on Justice was chaired by ministers from Argentina, the Netherlands, and Sierra Leone and by the Elders. It brought together a distinguished group of justice leaders and experts to accelerate delivery of the SDG targets for justice for all.
SHERPAS FOR THE CO-CHAIRS
María Fernanda Rodríguez, Vice Minister of Justice, Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Argentina; Jelte Van Wieren, Director of the Stabilisation and Humanitarian Aid Department, The Netherlands; Shahid Korjie, Acting Justice Sector Coordinator, Ministry of Justice, Sierra Leone