Justice for all : an assesment of access to justice in five provinces of Indonesia
Access to justice for all - regardless of gender, race, religion or wealth - is an ideal that lies at the heart of most democratic societies. Yet, in Indonesia, justice remains out of reach for many citizens - particularly the poor, ethnic and religious minorities, women and those living in rural areas.
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