Access to Justice in Central Asia

Country: Georgia
Funder: Eurasia Foundation
Dates: October 2010 - March 2011
Project objective: The objective of the research project was to provide data to serve as a base for the Eurasia Foundation to prepare a multi-year access to justice program in Central Asia (more specifically Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan). The program was supported by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland under its wider Europe Initiative. The research focused on access to justice from the point of view of citizens.
Research design: It consisted of extensive desk research, expert interviews, a large representative survey (covering all three countries) and focus groups in order to provide a more detailed view of the problems facing women and youth.
Output: Questionnaire, Datasets (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan), Frequency tablesMethodology and fieldwork reportAnalytical report.