IP-SSJ Justice Outcomes Study

FDM conducted a Justice Outcomes Study for the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) component of the Integrated Programme for Strengthening Security and Justice (IP-SSJ). The study was funded by UK Department for International Development (DFID) and designed and implemented by FDM in collaboration with Palladium.\\r\\nThe study was conducted in two municipalities each of three districts – Mahottari, Nawalparasi and Doti. The study focused specifically on the choices, experiences and outcomes of individuals who used semi-formal and formal security and justice services. A number of studies conducted earlier on similar issues highlighted low utilization of semi-formal and formal justice services. In that regard, this study also explored different aspects of access to justice, focusing on a wider population accessing fully informal community-based processes of justice delivery. A specific focus on service users thus provides insight into the experiences of these groups as they interact with security and justice services supported by IP-SSJ and other programmes and initiatives.\\r\\nBased on the nature of the research questions, an in-depth qualitative approach was selected as the basis of this study. Data and information collected in the given study locations were analysed through a combination of ‘top-down’ and ‘bottom up’ approaches. The ‘top-down’ approaches involved applying the research questions as an analytical framework through which to focus the analysis. The ‘bottom=up’ approach involved thematic analysis of raw transcript data using a grounded theory approach. This involved an initial review to identify main themes emerging from the data, followed by a second review to code and categories data according to these themes.\\r\\n

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