The global rule of law
Organisation: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
Publication Date: 03/09/2017
Size of team/newsroom:large
DescriptionThe project was born in response to the potential constitutional crisis facing Hong Kong. As the city’s proud reputation for rule of law is coming under increasing scrutiny, many people are questioning what will happen after the current constitution ends in 2047. With particular attention to the current strengths and vulnerabilities of Hong Kong and China, this visual report allows an international readership to draw comparisons with their own country’s application of the rule of law
What makes this project innovative? What was its impact?The visual narrative of this project is to analyse key points communities around the world use to develop a better environment in which to live. It shows specific regional facts and also compares different societies, allowing the reader to draw his, or her, own opinion based on their particular cultural bias. Taken from the “World Justice Project” index key facts ike Absence of Corruption, Fundamental Rights, Order & Security, Criminal and Civil Justice, among others, allow a quick global overview in an easy to use interactive feature
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