This NCHS paper examines the use of the term legal pluralism in Afghanistan and argues that where access to justice is particularly difficult or neglected, social actors face an absence rather than a plurality of legal orders.
The paper was originally developed as a contribution to the report Afghanistan and the Rule of Law after 2021: Legal and Social Developments by the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law.
Prabowos seier: Går Indonesia inn i en ny strongman-era ?
Kari Telle, David Aled Williams
The Nordic Truth and Reconciliation Commissions: A new TRC model for resolving historic and ongoing violations of indigenous rights
Cultivating Transformative Reconciliation (ReconTrans Volume II)