The World Justice Project®, an independent, non-profit organization, develops communities of opportunity and equity by advancing the rule of law worldwide.
The rule of law helps people and communities thrive. Effective rule of law helps reduce corruption, improve public health, enhance education, lift people from poverty and protect them from injustices and dangers large and small. The World Justice Project is one of the world’s foremost resources on the importance of the rule of law. Learn more about the rule of law here.
The World Justice Project engages leaders in countries across the globe and from all work disciplines to advance the rule of law. Our work spurs government reforms, it develops practical on-the-ground programs that support the rule of law and it increases understanding of how the rule of law is important to people and the communities where they live.Our success grows from our three mutually reinforcing programs: Research and Scholarship, the Rule of Law Index, and Engagement.
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Founded by William H. Neukom in 2006 as a presidential initiative of the American Bar Association (ABA), and with the initial support of 21 other strategic partners, the World Justice Project transitioned into an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 2010. Its offices are located in Washington, D.C., and Seattle, WA USA.
As an invited guest, hosted by the WJP, I sat on education plenary sessions and created three incubator projects to promote the rule of law through education.