Broadening access to justice - 4th Meeting, 3rd Session Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law
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Third session of the Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law on "Equal access to justice for all: a necessary element of democracy, rule of law and human rights protection" - Broadening access to justice - Closing

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Broadening the horizons of access to justice --- 
The panel will look at how human rights oriented justice systems can correct rather thanperpetuate injustices and inequalities. It will discuss the experiences of victims in accessing justice and how people are strategically seizing justice systems to broaden public awareness of, and find solutions to, challenges that communities across the world face today, such as systemic racism and climate change. --- Presentations by: - Ms. Sara Hossain, Executive Director, Bangladesh Legal Aid and ServicesTrust - Ms. Lavanya Rajamani, Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty ofLaw, University of Oxford - Ms. Collette Flanagan, CEO and Founder, Mothers Against Police Brutality - Mr. Pablo de Greiff, Director, Transitional Justice Program, Center for Human Rightsand Global Justice of the School of Law, New York University - Moderator: Ms. Jan Beagle, Director General, IDLO - Discussion 
--- LIST OF SPEAKERS: - Ms. Jan Beagle, Moderator, Director General, IDLO (Introduction)- Ms. Lavanya Rajamani, Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford- Ms. Sara Hossain, Executive Director, Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust- Mr. Pablo de Greiff, Director, Transitional Justice Program, Center for Human Rights and Global - Justice of the School of Law, New York University- United States of America- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)- China Society for Human Rights Studies- Ms. Collette Flanagan, CEO and Founder, Mothers Against Police Brutality- Center for Equal Social Development- Human Rights Information and Training Centre- International Bar Association- Foundation for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities
- Information Group on Crimes Against the Person
- Ariel Foundation International- International Human Rights Observer Pakistan
- National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh
- Azerbaijan
- Catalan Institute of Human Rights
- Institute of International Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Science
- Ms. Sara Hossain, Executive Director, Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust
- Ms. Lavanya Rajamani, Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
- Ms. Collette Flanagan, CEO and Founder, Mothers Against Police Brutality
- Mr. Pablo de Greiff, Director, Transitional Justice Program, Center for Human Rights and Global Justice of the School of Law, New York University
--- Concluding Remarks by Ms. Jan Beagle, the Chairperson of the Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law - Session Closes