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Why is corruption an injustice?
Blog

Why is corruption an injustice?

In this 15-minute podcast, Co-Founder of Global Witness Patrick Alley explains why corruption can be considered an injustice, and describes how it drives conflict. 

3 April 2017
Myanmar's plural justice system
Blog

Myanmar's plural justice system

There is no single justice provider with recognised authority to enforce the law throughout Myanmar. This blog looks at some of the different justice chains people follow to redress grievances, why, and what that means for wider peace and statebuilding dynamics.

19 December 2016
Understandings of justice in Myanmar 
Reports & briefings

Understandings of justice in Myanmar 

The multitude of justice challenges confronting people in Myanmar means that there is significant scope for, and interest in, rule of law and access to justice programmes among both foreign and domestic actors.

18 December 2016
Myanmar's plural justice system
Reports & briefings

Myanmar's plural justice system

Understanding justice provision in Myanmar requires grappling with the universe of providers that people use to resolve disputes.

18 December 2016
Police accountability: a mechanism for peace and justice
Blog

Police accountability: a mechanism for peace and justice

In our latest peace and justice blog, policing experts Gary White and Graham Mathias explore the links between policing, peace and justice, highlighting the importance of accountability structures and processes at all levels to enable and support a police culture that contributes to broader peace and justice.

5 December 2016