Global Week For Justice (1-8 December 2021)


With trust in institutions decreasing and economic outlooks uncertain, societal tensions are on the rise. Wherever there are conflicts and disputes, justice actors have a role to play. If they put people at the center, make government more open and accessible, they can reestablish trust and pave the way for recovery.

This is why justice leaders need to discuss people-centered approaches for transforming justice systems and strengthening the social contract.

Join us and contribute: be a part of the 2021 Global Week for Justice, comprising in-depth discussions with justice leaders and practitioners, including a

GLOBAL DIALOGUE OF JUSTICE LEADERS: Transforming justice for a vibrant social contract.

Hosted by the Government of Latvia, in cooperation with the OECD, the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies, it will bring together ministers of justice and other justice leaders to shape the future of global and domestic cooperation for justice. Discussions will focus on calling for an integrated and interdisciplinary justice response to the multiple global crises; promoting the adoption of open government principles for trustworthy justice systems and contributing to a vibrant social contract and reinforce democratic values.

:question: When: 6 December 2021, 08.30-10.30am New York, 2.30-4.30pm Paris, 3.30-5.30pm Riga.

:spiral_notepad: Registration link can be found HERE and further technical details will be shared shortly.

The Global Dialogue of Justice Leaders is part of the Global Week for Justice, held from 1-8 December 2021: a series of events designed to allow participants to share and discuss topics in relation to people-centred justice, including workshops on online dispute resolution, child-friendly justice and people-centred justice systems in MENA countries.

Other events and more details coming soon: