Increasing Access to Justice for Women, the Poor, and Those Living in Remote Areas: An Indonesian Case Study
This article outlines the reform process which led to a 14-fold increase in poor litigants’ access to courts.
This article is a joint product of the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), the World Bank East Asia and Pacific-Justice for the Poor (EAP-J4P) Initiative, and the Family Court of Australia.
The article outlines a reform process that began with targeted grassroots empowerment, which was subsequently built on by formal justice sector institutions and local governments, with support from international development agencies.
This article is available courtesy of the World Bank.