We promote the rule of law by improving the effectiveness, efficiency, and accessibility of justice systems and relying on capacity building, training, expert analysis, and process streamlining. We work with the private and nonprofit sectors to improve accountability and ethics and public confidence in courts. We also provide technical support for alternative dispute resolution, justice sector reforms, and case management systems, as well as in assessment and design of security sector governance projects.
Rule of Law and Security Sector Strengthening.
Non-State Justice System Programming Training
This training explains how to design, implement, and monitor rule of law programs that include support for community-level non-state justice systems.
Rule of Law: Designing and Implementing Court Automation Projects
This video is intended to assist USAID Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance Officers (DRG) and other practitioners in designing and implementing court automation projects.
Security Sector Assistance Training
This video explains best practices on how USAID helps shape partner nation’s policies and actions in the security sector to build the capacity and effectiveness of legitimate institutions to provide security and safety for people.
Youth in Conflict-Affected Areas
The USAID Human Rights Activity increases the capacity of governments and local organizations to promote human rights and protect vulnerable populations. Chief of Party Kelly Brooks shares insights on youth development in Colombia.