[Featured Resource] The Hague Declaration

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This week’s featured resource is The Hague Declaration by the Justice Taskforce.

On February 7, 2019, Ministers and high-level representatives from countries and international organisations convened in The Hague to come to a shared understanding of the opportunities to strengthen support and commitments for access to justice ahead of the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) and the SDG Summit in 2019.

More about The Hague Declaration

This declaration outlines what members in the Hague convening championed and committed to in regard to access to justice.

Participants explored strategies for the achievement of SDG 16.3 “equal access to justice for all” and discussed opportunities for implementation of innovative models, identified barriers and obstacles to reform, and considered recommendations and potential commitments to deliver on access to justice for all.

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