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PROCEDURAL JUSTICE

How do we define procedural justice?

Procedural justice touches on opportunities for participating in and transparency of decision-making processes – is there a fair process and how does the process need to look like to be just.

PRINCIPLES OF PROCEDURAL JUSTICE

Neutrality: decisions are unbiased & guided by transparent reasoning.

Voice: all are given a chance to tell their part of the story (diverse perspectives) and have access to participate in the process.

Respect: all are treated with respect and dignity e.g. acknowledge of local knowledge

Trustworthiness: decision-makers are transparent, timely and trustworthy about the impact and process

PROCEDURAL JUSTICE & JUSTWIND4ALL

Insights from our Dutch and Danish case studies

March 20, 2024|0 Comments

In our search for successful participatory practices, just and effective governance and bottom-up initiatives, we have conducted seven regional case studies, across seven countries: The Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Germany, and Bulgaria. he findings and [...]

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