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Community-Based Justice Research Project

The Community-Based Justice Research (CBJR) Project (2018-2020) aims to compare the costs, benefits, challenges and opportunities for providing access to community-based justice services in Canada, Sierra Leone, Kenya and South Africa.

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Everyday Legal Problems and the Cost of Justice in Canada: Overview Report

The Cost of Justice project (2011 – 2018) examines the social and economic costs of Canada’s justice system.

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A list of helpful infographics.

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Inventory of Reforms

The Inventory of Reforms provides detailed information about the many reform initiatives in Canada. Entries pertain to changes in court procedures, legal aid, public legal education and related information programs.

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Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters

The national Action Committee is focused on fostering engagement, pursuing a strategic approach to reforms and coordinating the efforts of all participants concerned with civil and family justice.

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We are a national non-profit organization dedicated to advancing civil justice reform through research and advocacy.

Public and Private Spending on Justice in Canada

Problems Canadians Experience in Key Areas of Life May Be Greater Than We Think

CFCJ Winter 2018 Newsletter

The Canadian Forum on Civil Justice does not provide legal advice.
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