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What we do

ODI pioneers work on rule of law, justice and human rights research and policy analysis by bringing a unique politically-centered perspective.

We support the international community to step up its game in addressing the justice gap. ODI’s work contributes to new knowledge on programming approaches, identifying key knowledge gaps, and connecting up multi-interdisciplinary approaches and thematic areas that remain siloed in the international agenda.

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Covid-19 is putting new pressure on justice systems. Flexible strategies and diverse pathways should be used to respond to these growing needs.

Justice, the rule of law and Covid-19: three expert views

Covid-19 is putting new pressure on justice systems. Flexible strategies and diverse pathways should be used to respond to these growing needs.
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Our experts on justice and rule of law

  1. Universal access to basic justice: costing Sustainable Development Goal 16.3

    Working papers

  2. Achieving equal access to justice for all by 2030: lessons from global funds

    Working papers

  3. Experimentalism in international support to rule of law and justice

    Working papers

  4. The political economy of pre-trial detention: Indonesia case study

    Research reports

  5. Laying the foundations of good governance in Indonesia’s judiciary

    Working papers

  6. Formalising legal aid in Indonesia

    Working papers

  7. Realising the right to legal identity in Indonesia

    Working papers

  8. Civil society and justice reform in Indonesia

    Research reports

  9. Rule of law, politics and development: the politics of rule of law reform

    Research reports

  10. Beyond the toolkit: supporting peace processes in Asia

    Research reports

  11. Context-relevant, flexible and transnational programming: the future of security and justice?

    Research reports

  12. Securing communities: redefining community policing to achieve results

    Research reports

  13. Security and justice seminar series: 2015 - 2016

    Event

  14. Security progress in post-conflict contexts: between liberal peacebuilding and elite interests

    Research reports

  15. The politics of legal empowerment: legal mobilisation strategies and implications for development

    Research reports

  16. Securing communities for development: community policing in Ethiopia's Amhara National Regional State

    Research reports

  17. Securing communities: the what and the how of community policing

    Research reports

  18. A problem-focused approach to violence against women: the political-economy of justice and security programming

    Research reports

  19. The political economy of pre-trial detention

    Research reports

  20. Violence against women in Sierra Leone: how women seek redress

    Research reports