The World Justice Information Network is a citizen driven information news and research network on human rights, international crime, terrorism and evidence based practices in all areas related to international justice. WJIN is not simply a document repository, but the next generation of research dissemination.

WJIN members do not just read information, but create it. Via a system
of interconnected web-logs (blogs) and supporting tools, WJIN members can create search and interact with valuable content, contribute original research, create photoessays, report related news, and participate in ongoing research collaborations.

Review the WJIN Guide for the latest and greatest of criminal justice information from around the web. You can even get daily updates by e-mail, by submitting you address to the right under “Daily E-mail.”

Visit the Research Blog where the WJIN Team has uncovered new international justice reports from around the world.

Browse the Network of paticipant members who make WJIN the community tool that it is.

Search WJIN weblogs, and then the wider network through WJIN Partner, Feedster. With Feedster create your own personalized newspaper with international justice information from across the web.

And finally, Join to contribute your voice to the WJIN community.

This project was supported by Award No. 2001-IJ-CX-K002 awarded by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed on this site are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice.

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