Last Updated: 6 August 2013

Justice for All is a five-year initiative funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) to improve access to justice, gender equity, and legal empowerment for Bangladeshi citizens.

Through a collaborative partnership with Bangladeshi institutions and civil society organizations, USAID's Justice for All Program will result in critical gains in access to justice, enabling citizens to exercise and enforce their rights before formal justice institutions.

USAID's Justice for All Program takes an integrated approach to improve access to justice for all, combining the empowerment of citizens and justice sector actors with the establishment of strategic partnerships between government organizations and non-governmental organizations to strengthen the systems for legal aid, improve the quality and efficiency of justice services, and increase the availability of information to citizens.