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Empowered Civil Society Participation in Monitoring Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Bodies Towards Enhanced Integrity of the Justice System

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About Hustisya Natin

HustisyaNatin seeks to enhance the integrity of the justice system, through increased accountability and transparency, and improved performance of judicial and quasi-judicial bodies.

Our Mission

The project, Empowered Civil Society Participation in Monitoring Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Bodies Towards Enhanced Integrity of the Justice System or Hustisya Natin, envisions to enhance the integrity of the justice system through increased accountability and transparency, and improved performance of judicial and quasi-judicial bodies.

 

It supports the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court’s reform agenda, specifically, the pillar on institutionalizing integrity and restoring public credibility.

Program Components

Capacity Building

We train nongovernment and people’s organizations to conduct regular oversight as well as media practitioners on reporting on the courts.

Monitoring

We monitor appointments to the lower courts and administrative bodies as well as special cases, and promote public access by building a database on Supreme Court justices’ judicial philosophy via a Judicial web channel and Philippine Judicial Portal.

Policy Reform & Advocacy

We analyze funding for the judiciary and produce policy studies and information, education and communication materials on related advocacies.

Who We Are

The Organizations Behind #HustisyaNatin

Where We Work

We engage various groups especially regional or local nongovernment and people’s organizations (NGOs) that address issues of vulnerable sectors. We work with human rights defenders, the media and academe.

 

The Project benefits lawyers, lawyers’ groups, legal NGOs, and litigants, as well as justices, judges, quasi-judicial adjudicators, prosecutors, public attorneys, and their staff.

 

It benefits litigants in general, especially members of vulnerable groups, who demand the improved services of courts and quasi-judicial bodies to address their justice issues.

 

Hustisya Natin ultimately benefits the general public that demands the improved integrity and performance of the justice system.

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