Justice Policy Guide

Nyambura Gachanja, Ruth Juliet, Williams, Peter, Bauer, Ioana, Divakar Namala, Paul and Stoklosa, Hanni (2021). Justice Policy Guide. Delta 8.7 Policy Guides. United Nations University.

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    Author Nyambura Gachanja, Ruth Juliet
    Williams, Peter
    Bauer, Ioana
    Divakar Namala, Paul
    Stoklosa, Hanni
    Title Justice Policy Guide
    Series Title Delta 8.7 Policy Guides
    Publication Date 2021-04-28
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 92
    Language eng
    Abstract Between April 2020 and March 2021, Delta 8.7 convened global expert Working Groups to produce three Policy Guides to address “what works” to achieve Target 8.7 in three broad domains: Justice, Crisis and Markets. Delta 8.7’s Justice Policy Guide seeks to assist policymakers in assessing “what works” to end modern slavery in the context of justice. For the purposes of this Policy Guide, justice covers the wide-ranging themes of criminal, civil and international justice; survivor engagement and support; and finally, health policy and practice. The purpose of these Policy Guides is to provide a highly credible and current articulation of what we know about the global and national policies needed to accelerate progress towards SDG Target 8.7 in a format that is useful for policy actors, providing a snapshot of “what works”. The specific audience for these Guides is multilateral and national-level policymakers. The Guides do not seek to dictate to policymakers how they should organize to achieve Target 8.7 — because that requires an understanding of the specific challenges in each country, the available resources and other contextual factors. Instead, they aim to provide an evidence-based policy resource that is useful across contexts and to policy actors around the world, including those thinking about multilateral policy frameworks.
    Keyword Justice
    Modern slavery
    Criminal justice
    Civil justice
    International justice
    Health policy
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280865332
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