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Stacey Cram

Stacey Cram leads Namati’s global policy and advocacy work. Namati builds and supports grassroots legal advocates in eight countries and convenes a network of 600+ legal empowerment organizations who advocate for vital justice reforms. Ms. Cram has advised on national and global justice policy including the Sustainable Development Goals. She is passionate about citizen accountability mechanisms and open data.

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Three ways the Paris Declaration can advance Goal 16

Last December, during the 4th Open Government Summit in Paris, more than 20 contributors from governments, civil society organizations and multilateral organizations endorsed commitment 13 of the Paris Declaration, prioritizing improved access to justice through a focus on measurement and…

An Open Government Needs Access to Justice

Without effective access to justice and legal empowerment, no country can realize meaningful transparency, accountability and citizen participation.  Increasingly, Open Government Partnership (OGP) members are acknowledging the fundamental links between access to justice and open government, and are using OGP…

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