Through its Legal Access Programme, Access to Justice pursues remedies for victims of human rights violations, alongside working to create and instate procedures, (or reform existing ones) to strengthen the protection of human rights.
Today, two States, (Lagos and Cross Rivers State), working with A2Justice, have taken action to reform, and reinstate long their dormant Coroner laws, that obligate Coroners to undertake inquest hearings upon every sudden or violent deaths, particularly deaths occurring in police custody. A number of other States are in different stages of reforming their Coroner laws. Under this programme too, A2Justice provides legal representation to families of victims of extrajudicial killings, as well as torture victims, winning justice and compensatory monetary reliefs for them.
A2Justice uses conferences and consultative meetings to muster both stakeholder and public support for causes it pursues. These meetings engage stakeholders in discussion and debate and help to build consensus across board.
Between 2005 and 2009 A2Justice organized seven regional coronial system re-activation workshops in various states of the Federation.    Read More
In 2006, A2Justice organized a National Workshop on Eradication of Torture. The workshop was organized in collaboration with the Office of the Federal Attorney General in October, 2006 at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja.    Read More