Bibliographic Entries Country/Region Key Terms

“About Us.” Namati (2012). Web. Available online at

legal advocacy, grassroots advocacy, systemic change

“Africa’s Homeless Widows.” The New York Times. Opinion. June 16, 2004. Web. Available online at

Africa widow's rights, property rights, land rights, customary law

“Behind Maharashtra’s Plummeting Conviction Rate.” Rediff News. 02 Feb. 2012. Web. Available online at

India, South Asia criminal justice system, low conviction rate

“Bolivia.” United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. 2005–2006. Web. Available online at

Bolivia, South America, Latin America crime statistics

“Bonded Labour Touches the Figure of 1m in Pakistan.” Daily Times. February 26, 2005. Web. Available online at

Pakistan, South Asia bonded labor, debt bondage, child bonded labor

“Brazil: Country Specific Information.” Travel.State.Gov. Web. Available online at

Bolivia, South America, Latin America national statistics, nation-specific details

“Brazilian Pact to Eradicate Slave Labour.” Pacto Nacional. Web. Available online at

Brazil, South America, Latin America labor trafficking, slave labor

“Calculating Lifetime Value: A Case Study.” KISSmetrics. Web. Available online at

lifetime value, customer satisfaction

“Development aid at its highest level ever in 2008.” Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Web Access:

development aid, foreign direct investment

“Foreign Aid for Development Assistance.” Global Issues, (April 8, 2012). See chart entitled “Comparing Official Aid Given vs. Shortfall 1970-2011, (USD Trillions at 2010 Prices.” Web. Available online at

United States, North America foreign aid, donors/philanthropy

“Guatemala.” The International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala. Web. Available online at

Guatemala, Central America, Latin America criminal justice system, criminal justice system reform, rule of law, corruption

“History of the Kenya Police.” Kenya Police. Web. Available online at

Kenya, Africa police enforcement, criminal justice system, history of police force

“International: The economics of violence; Conflict and poverty.” The Economist 399, no. 8729 (2011): 65.

violence, everyday violence against the poor, development and the poverty trap, development and the violence trap, violence and bad government

“Lawyers Per Capita By State.” The Law School Tuition Bubble. Web. Available online at

United States, North America access to legal resources, access to lawyers

“Little Justice for Rape Victims.” The Hindu. Table. Web. Available online at

India, South Asia violent crime, sexual crime, sexual violence, legal reform

“London riots - More than 1,000 people charged,” BBC News London, August 17, 2011. Web Access:

London, United Kingdom, Europe modern police

“Malaria Overview.” Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 1999–2012. Web. Available online at

Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia public health, health concerns, public health in developing countries

“Measuring Access to Justice in a Globalising World: The Hague Model of Access to Justice." Final Report, Rule of Law, Hague Institute for the Internalisation of Law, 2010.

access to justice, access to justice and globalization

“SC Raps States for Shortage of Prosecutors.” The Times of India, September 22, 2011. Web. Available online at

India, South Asia access to justice, access to legal resources, prosecutor shortage

“Seven Years after the Rose Revolution, Georgia has come a long way.” The Economist. August 19, 2010. Web. Available online at

Georgia, Eurasia cultural revolution, modernization

“Unclog the Courts: Law Ministry Proposes Measures to Clear Backlog of Cases.” The Times of India, October 27, 2009. Web. Available online at

India, South Asia court reform, criminal justice reform, access to justice

“When The Skies Turned To Black: The Locust Plague of 1875. A Study of the Intersection of Genealogy and History.” Hearthstone Legacy Publications. Web. Available online at

United States, North America locusts