Project Phase 3
The third phase, from 1 January 2024, will involve a quantitative, nationwide survey on Access to Justice in Libya. This survey will be modelled on international 'path to justice'-surveys, but also include criminal concerns.
|Access to Justice in Libya (A2JiL)
The third phase, from 1 January 2024, will consist of a nation-wide survey on access to justice, inspired by Hazel Genn’s Paths to Justice-surveys and crime victim surveys. The objective is to map in a quantitative manner: the prevalence of justiciable problems or 'justice concerns', the actions undertaken by justice-seekers, and the responses or remedies they have received from various state and non-state justice providing institutions. The aim is to have a large enough sample to be able to disaggregate the findings to different categories of the population (e.g., by region, gender, age, occupation, socio-economic position, minority status).