Access to Civil Justice in the Sahel: Program/Policy Nomination
The World Justice Project is collecting data about solutions that are working to improve the rule of law in the Sahel. We ask that you contribute by nominating a specific program or policy that has strengthened ACCESS TO CIVIL JUSTICE in any of the following countries: BURKINA FASO, CAMEROON, MALI, MAURITANIA, NIGER, NIGERIA, and SENEGAL.
Selected programs and policies will be featured in a final narrative report, the Rule of Law Solutions Guidebook (2021), as well as in blogs and podcasts on WJP's website. In addition, researchers from the World Justice Project will reach out to a final group of implementers to request in-depth interviews and/or site visits.
The entire form takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2020.
The World Justice Project adheres to strict guidelines regarding the confidentiality of data gathered and the privacy of respondents. In all cases, your individual answers to this questionnaire will remain strictly confidential; however, you can choose whether you would like to remain anonymous or have your identity acknowledged publicly. In the box below, please select whether:
(1) You would like your identity to remain anonymous, meaning your name and particulars will not be published in the report or made known in any other way.
(2) You would like your identity to be publicly acknowledged, meaning your name and organization will be published, both printed and online, in the Contributing Experts section of WJP's Rule of Law Solutions Guidebook.
Type of Contribution
ANONYMOUS: neither my name, organizational affiliation, nor any other identifiable information will be revealed in the Rule of Law Solutions Guidebook or any associated materials.
PUBLICLY ACKNOWLEDGED: my name, organizational affiliation, and country will be listed in the Contributing Experts section of the Rule of Law Solutions Guidebook and related reports. My name will appear exactly as it is written below.
Firm, Company, or Organization
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