by Mónica Roa with Barbara Klugman
This is a practical 160-page tool for advocates from all social justice fields who are interested in using the courts. It includes a comprehensive explanation of the much-used term “strategic litigation” and walks readers through Women’s Link’s approach to how litigation can become a platform to achieve social change.
There is an introduction and conclusion and a substantial number of illustrative boxes and figures. For example:
- Considering litigation as an advocacy tool
- The four conditions test
- Introduction to mapping
- When litigation is not the best strategy
- When litigation is a good strategy
- A case study: defending reproductive rights in Colombia
and there is a substantial bibliography with each chapter as well.