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Access to Justice: Beyond the Policies and Politics of Austerity

  “Running parallel to the steady erosion, at least in England and Wales, of what we had come, perhaps complacently, to regard as an entrenched human right, the seminar series on which this book is based looked carefully and realistically at both sides of the issue: the shrinking availability of public funds and the practical … Continue reading

Trusting the middle-man: impact and legitimacy of ombudsmen in Europe

In this blog post, Naomi Creutzfeldt, University of Oxford, discusses the findings concerning UK ombudsmen schemes in her ESRC-funded comparative study of ombudsmen in Europe. More information is available on her project website; a report summarising findings of the UK study, and additional individual ombudsmen reports, are also available here. By Naomi Creutzfeldt The research … Continue reading