CSPRI-PPJA hosts workshop on constitutionality and indicators

Figuring out where reforms should be targeted requires a thorough understanding of human rights and how those are reflected in national constitutions. Measuring the progress of reform efforts requires an understanding of indicators and measurement. A CSRPI-PPJA workshop held in June 2016 aimed to raise the bar on both.

In June 2016 a workshop was held in Cape Town with a number of partners from Kenya, Zambia, Malawi, Lesotho, Zimbabwe and Nigeria.  The aim of the workshop was to share understanding amongst partners on engaging with and developing indicators for the measurement of in-country progress toward reform and human rights. To this end sessions were held on constitutionality, on indicator development, on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) indicators, and short session on crafting proposals and donor reporting. A short list of indicators intended to measure criminal justice reform for the African continent was finalised.

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