Access to justice infograph: 2011 study in 6 Middle East countries

January 6, 2012 at 10:26 am Leave a comment

Earlier last year an EU funded project released a “Study on Justice and Legal Aid in the Mediterranean Partner Countries”. Administrative data was collected from six jurisdictions: Algeria, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Palstinian National Authority and Tunisia. It should be clearly pointed out that all data were provided by national authorities so there is the inevitable question of reliability. Just comparing the rough numbers direct inferences about the status quo of access to justice in the region are difficult. Much more context specific information is needed to interpret the rough numbers  meaningfully.  Nevertheless, it was kind of fun to chart in an infograph-stype the major comparison points of the study.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download small or medium sized version of the Access to Justice in the Middle Eash infograph

 

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Entry filed under: Access to Justice, Algeria, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia.

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