I designed and produced a series of short video tutorials on key principles of developing country-led governance indicators in justice and safety drawing on the experience of Harvard Kennedy School’s Program in Criminal Justice gained from its Indicators in Development: Safety and Justice project conducted in Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and Jamaica, and related projects in Papua New Guinea, China, and Turkey.
In this section, you will find a sampling of this video series, Developing Governance Indicators in Justice and Safety: A Country-Led Approach, designed for a wider audience of government officials and NGO leaders as well as other local and international actors that aim to support them in their efforts to construct, test, and use governance indicators that matter nationally and make sense locally.
- An Introduction to Governance Indicators in Justice and Safety
- Aligning Governance Indicators with Local Ambitions in Justice and Safety
- A Local Indicator of Pretrial Detention: Experience in Nigeria
- Using Existing Data and Data Management Capacity for Indicators of Justice and Safety (Experience in Jamaica)
- Making Indicators Responsive to Changes and Interventions in Justice and Safety
- Integrating Justice and Safety Indicators into Institutional Culture - Part 1: Experiences in Bangladesh and Nigeria
- Integrating Justice and Safety Indicators into Institutional Culture - Part 2: The Experience in Ethiopia's Courts
- Aligning Indicators with Sectoral Goals in Justice and Safety (Experience in Sierra Leone)