There is a direct link between justice and consolidating the rule of law, good governance and respect for human rights. The existence of a transparent justice sector that is both accessible and accountable is a pre-requisite for sustainable development. The guarantee of fundamental rights, establishing institutions capable of ensuring the assignment of tasks, information and access to justice are all structural factors.


It is, therefore, elementary to create and modernise legal frameworks in accordance with international guidelines, operate a sound judicial network with related administrative services, develop effective and robust institutions, build a knowledge base and establish a range of methods and procedures. Goals are to be set for all the different interventions, which should also be focused on combating impunity, especially in the area of human trafficking, drug smuggling, organised crime, exploitation of illegal immigrants and violence relating to sex, ethnicity and gender. It is equally important to make a clear commitment to ensuring civil identification, which is an important way of ensuring that each person has access to basic services, including justice and having the right to fight all types of inequality.