Poverty & Social Injustice
People living in poverty are exceptionally vulnerable to crime, abuse and exploitation. If they do not have the ability to take real and effective recourse against these actions, then impunity and inequality is perpetuated, and their vulnerability is exacerbated.Effective and accessible justice systems can be tools to develop progressive jurisprudence on economic and social rights - mandating provision of affordable housing, or by remedying their exploitation by powerful public or private actors.
Access to justice is also an important lever for gender equality. Women are more likely to be poor, both worldwide , but women also face extra burdens or obstacles in accessing justice mechanisms. Obstructed access to justice thus feeds the cycle of gendered poverty and violence, and perpetuates impunity for gender-based crimes. rAHi have experience lawyer where the issue of injustice can bring on the table regardless of any cases especially in rural and woman issue.