Access to justice
When we think of children and justice, the first notion that comes to mind is usually one of children breaking the law. Rarely do we consider children and their right to use the legal system to protect their human rights or to seek redress when their rights have been violated. Access to justice is about recognising that children, just like anyone else, should be able to trust and use the legal system to get justice.
The artwork below accompanied our global ranking on access to justice for children, which scrutinises how the legal systems of 197 countries empower children to realise their rights or perpetuate the rights violations that they should combat.