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"Enhancing access to justice in Hebron, Bethlehem, Salfit, Nablus and Qalqilyah through promoting ADR and early response mechanisms" – Phase II

About Project

The "Enhancing access to justice in Hebron, Bethlehem, Salfit, Nablus and Qalqilyah Through Promoting ADR and Early Response Mechanisms” project – Phase II project aims to enhance access to justice for vulnerable and marginalized groups by enabling the institutionalization and strengthening of ADR mechanisms within the formal and informal justice systems, promoting human rights and gender justice. It also seeks to contribute to bridging the jurisdictional gaps and enhancing the employability of conflict transformation tools within the ADR.

The "Enhancing access to justice in Hebron, Bethlehem, Salfit, Nablus and Qalqilyah through promoting ADR and early response mechanisms” – Phase II project is implemented by REFORM, in partnership with the General Administration of Professional Affairs and the Alternative Means for Resolving Disputes in the Palestinian Ministry of Justice and supported by Sawasya II: UNDP, UN Women and UNICEF Joint Programme: Promoting the Rule of Law in the State of Palestine. 

OBJECTIVES

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Human rights and gender justice

enhance the access to justice for vulnerable and marginalized groups

E

Bridging jurisdictional gaps

promote the employability of conflict transformation tools within the ADR

E

Institutionalization and strengthening of ADR mechanisms

promote ADR and early response mechanisms within the formal and informal justice systems

Outcomes

N

Enabling greater understanding of ADR principles and practices

ADR in the formal justice system is legitimized with particular attention to ensuring women and children’s rights are protected

N

Encourage discussion between formal and informal justice systems

The increased cooperation and complementarity between formal and traditional justice system is effective

N

ADR mechanisms to resolve conflict

Key stakeholders in the justice sector have increased capacity to utilize ADR mechanisms to resolve conflict, in compliance with international standards of human rights, contributing to promoting civic peace

"Enhancing access to justice in Hebron, Bethlehem, Salfit, Nablus and Qalqilyah through promoting ADR and early response mechanisms” – Phase II project

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