Law Without Lawyers
Author: Bilal Siddiqi
International Development Law Organization (IDLO)
This report assesses a legal empowerment program in Liberia which aims to increase access to justice by "establishing credible transitional tools to help people identify appropriate dispute resolution venues.
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Author: Judit Prigge
Center for Transnational Relations, Foreign and Security Policy (ATASP)
In dieser Publikation werden verschiedene Institutionen der Streitbeilegung bei der Bevölkerungsgruppe der Amhara in Äthiopien dargestellt.
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Somalia Roadmap to Peace
Author: Mona Ali
With the Somali government troops backed by African Union troops making progress in fighting the Al-Shabab militia, there is a good opportunity to pursue the United Nations ‘Roadmap’ to end the transitional Federal Government of Somalia and to adopt ...
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29 Jul 2011
The Kabul Courts and Conciliators
Author: Zuhal Nesari, Karima Tawfik
United States Institute of Peace (USIP)
The fact that a significant number of disputes are being resolved through a hybrid of
formal and informal justice mechanisms underscores that even where there are active
formal justice institutions, the strengths and values of the informal system a...
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Family Histories and Rural Inheritance in Kenya
Author: Robert Miller, Francis Z Karin, Kate Bird, Esther K Nteza, Raphael Gitau, Mary Mathenge
Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC)
Inheritance systems and practices have a key role in people‘s ability to exit poverty, or, conversely, plunging them further into it.
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