Access to criminal justice is critical in the promotion and protection of the rule of law. It is an essential element that entails the degree to which the parties involved are accorded fairness; justness of results delivered; speed with which cases are processed; and responsiveness of the system to those who need it – the accused and victims of crime. In the absence of it, people are unable to have their voices heard, exercise their rights, challenge discrimination, or hold decision-makers accountable Read more on Public Perceptions and Experiences on the Access to Criminal Justice in Kenya.Report on Access to Criminal Justice in Kenya – Summary of Findings and Recommendations