Users’ Guide for Assessing Rule of Law in Public Administration
2014. Author: UNDP and FBA
This Users’ Guide for assessing rule of law in public administration helps policymakers and assistance providers identify specific challenges, strengths and weaknesses related to the rule of law in the service delivered by a specific public agency to its end users. The Users’ Guide is a self-assessment tool that has been developed with a particular focus on local governance of service delivery and on public service providers with a high degree of interaction with and decision-making that affects the rights and interests of individuals. The self-assessment allows an analysis of the degree of respect for the principles of the rule of law in public administration. The self-assessment is based on six commonly accepted rule of law principles that are fundamental to effective, transparent and accountable public sector governance and service delivery.
- Democratic Governance