While we develop our own projects keeping our team’s skill set on top of the evolutions of the development sector, we offer a full range of flexible consulting services tailored to meet the unique needs of each client.
Destination Justice gathers like-minded professionals and gives them an infrastructure where they work according to our principles and the rigorous methodologies we have developed. Our consultants have access to Destination Justice’s resources, can share knowledge and collaborate with other Destination Justice consultants across cultures, languages, legal systems and professions, while keeping our clients’ information confidential.
When you have a project in mind or simply need some help to get you started on the right path, we have consultants ready to help.
See below a list of some projects that were entrusted to us:
Report on Corruption Perceptions in Cambodian Small and Medium Enterprises for Transparency International Cambodia
Report on “Access to Justice for Children” for the NGO Coalition on the Rights of the Child
Permanent Court of Arbitration’s Seminar on Arbitration in Cambodia (article on the PCA’s website)
Database establishment and Report on Fair Trial in an International Criminal Case
Universal Periodic Review Submission regarding France in conjunction with Franciscans International (see submission)
Petition to the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention on behalf of Viet Tan activists with Stanford Law School’s Allen Weiner (see petition)
Contribution to the International Crimes Evidence Project
Contribution to the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia’s Guide to Cambodian Criminal Procedure: Analysis and comparison of the Cambodian Criminal Procedure Code to corresponding French and ECHR law and jurisprudence, drafting of a hundred annotations.