Thursday | 24 March, 2011

Data on access to justice in Central Asia now available

Last month we published a blog post with findings from CRRC’s first research project in Central Asia. An extensive analytical report, datasets and frequency tables are now available on the CRRC website. The research focused on how citizens in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan experience access to justice.
What do people consider to be the main problems in their communities? Where do people go to solve different legal issues? How do people assess the legal system in their country? How much do people actually know about their legal rights? These are some of the questions the research has sought to answer.
A huge amount of data is waiting to be explored so check out the CRRC website to get direct access to previously non-existing data on access to justice in Central Asia.