58 Pages Posted: 16 Nov 2010
Date Written: November 1, 2010
Though household surveys have long been an established part of development practice and regularly used to gather data on poverty incidence and the range of associated indicators, they have not yet become a common tool of justice reform practitioners. This guide aims to be a practical starting point for integrating justice work and household data collection, targeted both towards justice practitioners interested in survey design, as well as survey researchers interested in incorporating justice questions into their work. It provides guidance on designing a survey, suggested topics and questions, and ideas to facilitate a constructive engagement in discussions around justice in development practice.
Keywords: Access to Justice, Legal Empowerment, Surveys, Judicial Reform, Law and Development
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Himelein, Kristen and Menzies, Nicholas and Woolcock, Michael, Surveying Justice: A Practical Guide to Household Surveys (November 1, 2010). World Bank Justice and Development Working Paper No. 11/2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1709668 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1709668