Restorative justice policy mandate, but historic orientation to formal sector - 75% of activity funding to state actors in AP.2007.
Slowness: change management, political economy analysis, incentives
SIGNIFICANCE - PURPOSE
LJR practice is exploratory, dynamic, evolving
paradigm shift in AusAID’s approach from agency > sector based support
proactive, pre-empting Paris Declaration (2005)
investing in planning linked to performance monitoring from outset
effective law and justice systems promote regional security, increase international confidence and attract foreign investment (AA: Governance , 2007) – ie. classic economic instrumentalism – but, tenuous in PNG practice