A project led  by Livia Holden of the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, has been awarded £48,000 by Oxford's GCR Fund to work in partnership with the Law and Justice Commission and the Chief Justice of Pakistan to design gender sensitive training for a better implementation of gender rights in Pakistan.

The project will deliver a compendium of case law, best practices, and translations or glossaries of socio-legal concepts in English and Urdu. By providing judicial officers with culturally significant judicial education within the broader theoretical framework of cultural expertise this project will foster gender sensitive decision-making and will have the most direct relevance on gender rights and access to justice, but will also address inequality in Pakistan.