Our Access to Justice survey is the first of its kind in India. Undertaken across 300 district courts all over India, it maps litigants’ perceptions on issues relevant to their experiences with the judicial system.
Access To Justice Survey Results
An interactive webpage giving results of the Access to Justice survey can be accessed here.
A summary of the key findings from the survey can be found here.
A map of the locations where the survey was carried out can be found here
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