Access to Justice and Rule of Law

Vocational training participants in PoC3, Juba

 

Background

Rule of law is a core pillar of UNDP’s work, and is critical to peacebuilding. During a crisis, national and local capacities must be empowered to tackle impunity and respond to immediate justice and security needs. In the aftermath of crisis, and in fragile situations, unobstructed access to legitimate rule of law institutions is a decisive factor in efforts to rebuild societies, and prevent a downward spiral into violence or conflict. UNDP’s engagement in this area seeks to enhance physical and legal protection of people and communities, ensuring legal representation, access to justice, and empowerment of communities and civil society. Programmes work to develop capacities of justice and law enforcement institutions, and ensure that security providers are subject to civilian oversight. Emphasis is placed on tackling sexual and gender-based violence in situations affected by conflict and fragility.

Achievements

  1. Functions and capacity of rule of law institutions enabled to deliver accountable, effective and equitable justice services.
  2. Measures in place and implemented in the rule of law and health sectors to prevent and respond to sexual and gender-based violence.
  3. Human rights and transitional justice mechanisms strengthened to monitor and respond to the promotion and protection of citizen's rights.

 

Status:

Ongoing

Project start date:

January 2014

Estimated end date:

March 2020

Focus area:

  • basic services
  • Project office:

    UNDP in South Sudan, Republic of

    Implementing partner:

    United Nations Development Programme

    Full project information  

    Funding Support by

    Donor name

  • Government Of Netherlands
  • Swedish Int'l Development Coop
  • United Nations Development Pro
  • Government Of Germany
  • United Nations Population Fund
  • Un Women
  • Un High Commissioner For Refug
  • Government Of Japan
  • Government Of Norway
  • Government Of United States Of
  • Canadian International Develop
  • Department For Int'l Developme
  • Intl Dev Association (ida)
  • European Commission
  • Dept Of For Aff & Intl Trade G
  • British Embassy
  • Us Int'l Narcotics & Law Enfmn
  • Peacebuilding Fund
  • Amount contributed

    $38,209,351

    Delivery in previous fiscal year

    2018 $5,794,733

    2017 $6,763,850

    2016 $5,249,376

    2015 $7,291,015

    2014 $5,611,379

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