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Tracking Action on Canada’s Justice Development Goals: A2J Progress in 2017

This report provides an overview of progress on reaching Canada’s 9 justice development goals previously articulated by leading access to justice experts across Canada. It maps initiatives and projects established to further access to justice, to help various provinces and territories to coordinate efforts, share ideas, innovations, and experiences, and identify opportunities to improve the justice system. The 9 justice development goals are:

  • Address everyday legal problems
  • Meet legal needs
  • Make courts work better
  • Improve family justice
  • Work together
  • Build capability
  • Innovate
  • Analyze and learn
  • Improve funding strategies
  • See the report for more detailed information about what each jurisdiction has set up to better meet justice development goals.

    Author: Brown, Meredith
    Title of Work: Tracking Action on Canada’s Justice Development Goals: A2J Progress in 2017
    Date: 2017
    Organization: Canadian Forum on Civil Justice; Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice & Law Foundation of Ontario
    URL: Click here http://www.justicedevelopmentgoals.ca/sites/default/files/justice_development_goals_-_2017_progress_report.pdf
    Topic: Access to Justice & PLE development and delivery
    Location of Authoring Organization by Country: Canada
    Location of Authoring Organization by Province/ State (unless national entity): Ontario
    Availability: Full report online
    Language: English