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2017 Lebanon Justice Report

By Rachel Meagher, Communications Intern

6000 people in Lebanon have been surveyed for crucial data on their experience of the Lebanese justice system. HiiL’s latest report includes key findings on the state of justice in Lebanon, as well as the experiences of 1200 Syrian refugees’ too.

The latest Justice Needs and Satisfaction report from HiiL, The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law, has compiled key, crucial data on the justice needs in Lebanon. HiiL has gone directly to the people of Lebanon and listened to their justice stories. By knocking on the doors of 6000 members of Lebanese society and asking a series of questions on how their lives are affected by all aspects of justice, important data has been collected.

HiiL’s latest report includes key findings on the justice system in Lebanon, including data on refugees who make up 20% of the people surveyed. The study is part of a large multi-country project commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The report was produced and launched in Beirut in cooperation with ACRLI, the Arab Centre for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity... more


 
 
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