Justice Reform Specialist
Nicholas Menzies is a Justice Reform Specialist in the Justice Reform Practice Group of the World Bank's Legal Vice Presidency. He has worked at the intersections of plural legal systems as a land and natural resources lawyer for indigenous communities in Australia, on legal empowerment and access to justice issues in Cambodia and in providing policy advice to the Papua New Guinean cabinet across a range of matters, from participatory budgeting and micro-enterprise development to gender-based violence. Nicholas has also worked in progressive political advocacy, building social movements for political, cultural and environmental action. At the World Bank, Nicholas works across the Justice for the Poor program, which focuses on mainstreaming justice into development programming, where he has a particular interest in impact evaluation and gender issues.
- The SDGs indicators on rule of law need to respect the targets agreed in September
- Let love rule: Same-sex marriage in the U.S. and the world
- L’amour fait loi : oui au mariage homosexuel aux États-Unis et dans le monde
- Justice in Kenya: measuring what counts
- Development from the ground up? Mining community development agreements in Sierra Leone
- The growing popularity of justice impact evaluations in developing countries
- Justice proposed for sustainable development goals
- Rule of law and post-2015: a menu approach
- Are impact evaluations useful for justice reforms in developing countries?
- More room for social accountability in the justice sector?
- Why don't we see social accountability in the Pacific?
- Are We Ready to Go Political?