JP oPt Rule of Law 

OverviewRule of Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory Joint Programme

To develop and maintain conditions for a viable State of Palestine based on international principles of rule of law and gender equality, programme stakeholders sought to improve the capacities of, and raise public confidence in, rule of law institutions. This was done by strengthening access to justice, security and protection services—especially for women and girls

Sustainability designed, programme outcomes were aligned with system-level policy development measures. By combining enhanced service delivery that render justice and security institutions more resilient it played a role in improving public access to said services and hold duty-bearers to account. Support was catalytic in strengthening state-society relationships and establishing an enabling environment for medium-term development.  

OverviewKey results

OverviewKey financial figures


The work of the JP oPt Rule of Law are possible thanks to the generous contributions by public and private sector partners

ContributorsMulti-stakeholder partnerships

The work of the JP oPt Rule of Law is possible thanks to the efforts of . These resources are pooled and channelled to participating organizations to promote joint action and multi-stakeholder partnerships, making a difference on the ground.

OverviewPartner organizations receiving funding

OverviewSDG Contribution