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Access to Justice in Post-RAMSI Solomon Islands Part 3: Pathways to Dispute Resolution

CollectionsDPA In Briefs (previously Briefing Notes)
Title: Access to Justice in Post-RAMSI Solomon Islands Part 3: Pathways to Dispute Resolution
Author(s): Sloan, Tom
Dinnen, Sinclair
Rowe, Mark
Keywords: Crime;Justice;Conflict;Criminal;Solomon Islands;Post-RAMSI;RAMSI;Gender;Survey;Governance
Date published: 13-Sep-2021
Publisher: Canberra, ACT: Dept. of Pacific Affairs, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, The Australian National University
Series/Report no.: Department of Pacific Affairs In Brief series: 2021/26
This is the final in a series of three In Briefs highlighting key findings from the Solomon Islands Access to Justice Survey commissioned by the Solomon Islands government and supported by the Australian government and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP 2019a). The findings presented are drawn from the Survey Summary Report (UNDP 2019b). The survey assessed justice needs and barriers to effective dispute resolution in Solomon Islands, particularly for groups with recognised unmet needs, in the period following the withdrawal of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI). This In Brief summarises the survey findings relating to pathways to dispute resolution. Interested readers should consult the main study reports.
ISSN: 2209-9557

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