|Title: "World Justice Project: A Movement to Advance the Rule of Law"
Description: From across Africa and Latin America, participants in two WJP multidisciplinary outreach meetings agreed that the rule of law matters to everyone. Hear them explain why.
|Title: "Cambodian Access to Justice"
Description: Yash Ghai describes access to justice in Cambodia where, he says, "the legal system has been subverted by the government."
|Title: "Maori People a New Minority in Their Own Land"
Description: David Williams talks about the issues faced by the Maori people of New Zealand as they became a minority in their own land.
The World Justice Project (WJP) is a multinational, multidisciplinary initiative to strengthen the rule of law worldwide. It is building a broad and diverse constituency that is advancing the rule of law as a foundation for thriving communities.