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Journal Article | Jan 2009
After almost 25 years of war, the formal justice sector in Afghanistan is dysfunctional, and comprehensive reform of both laws and institutions have ...
justice sector reform, Afghanistan
Project | Jun 2001
Short-term consultancy to 1) appraise proposal for Norwegian support to the justice sector in Ethiopia 2) conduct feasibility study on proposed Norwegian ...
Human rights, justice sector, capacity building, Africa: Ethiopia
Book Chapter | Dec 2009
Afghanistan: Justice sector reform Astri Suhrke and Kaja Borchgrevink New perspectives on liberal
News | 26 Sep 2012
With the support of NATO and the US, Afghan warlords are regaining strength. -The international community has chosen a dangerous path, warns researcher Akbar Sarwari.
Event | 3 Sep 2012
International efforts to strengthen the formal justice sector in Afghanistan have largely failed. Attempts to rebuild the national army and the police ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2009
Although transitional justice (TJ) has been an area of significant donor engagement for more than a decade, little is known about the scope, trends, and ...
transitional justice, foreign aid, prosecutions, criminal courts, truth commissions, reparations, traditional justice mechanisms, gacaca, security sector reform, peacebuilding, Rwanda, Guatemala
Report in External Series | Nov 2007
This report assesses the aid that was given in support of transitional justice processes in Rwanda and Guatemala between 1995 and 2005. The analysis is ...
transitional justice, criminal courts, truth commissions, traditional justice mechanisms, reparations, security sector reform, aid, peacebuilding, development, Rwanda, Guatemala
Journal Article | Aug 2013
This article explores Western attempts to strengthen mechanisms of informal justice in Afghanistan. It traces the origins and evolvement of what the article ...
Social Scientist with a focus on corruption and anti-corruption measures in the justice sector.
Southeast Asia, Indonesia
Project | Mar - Jul 2007
This project is a study of the foreign aid that was channelled to transitional justice processes in Rwanda and Guatemala from 1995 to 2005. Goals of the ...
transitional justice, aid, criminal courts, truth commissions, reparations, security sector reform, peacebuilding, development, Africa: Rwanda., Americas: Guatemala
U4 Brief | Sep 2009
An independent and impartial justice system underpins the effective implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC). Where ...
justice, uncac, judicial corruption
News | 20 Dec 2013
There has been much debate on whether Afghanistan's informal justice practices should be integrated in the country's official justice system. Who should decide such an issue? Local activists claiming that these practices violate human rights, international researchers arguing that they are an undeniable part of Afghan 'reality' or military actors claiming that informal justice is necessary to win the war against the insurgents?
U4 Issue | May 2015
This U4 issue paper provides policymakers in developing nations, their citizens, and U4’s partners in the donor community with an overview of where ...
Justice, Assessment, Corrections, Corruption, Criminal justice, Detention, Investigation, Judiciary, Police, Prosecution, Trials
Project | Aug 2003 - Feb 2005
Judicial reform has become an increasingly important focus for national governments and international donors, including Norway. This study analyses the ...
judicial reform, justice sector, courts, aid, Guatemala, Ethiopia
U4 Issue | Feb 2016
This U4 study investigates whether and how the judicial sector could benefit from anti-corruption measures that have proved useful in other sectors in ...
Judicial sector, Mainstreaming, Justice, Anti-corruption measures, Bilateral donor support
News | 25 Feb 2014
During the Egyptian uprisings against president Mubarak in 2011, people demanded bread, freedom and social justice. Bread is the daily staple for millions of Egyptians, and came to symbolize the demand for a fairer economic system. But does food insecurity necessarily cause social unrest and conflict?
Event | 17 Oct 2005
Radha D'Souza, previously a lawyer and counsel at the High Court of Mumbai and currently teaching at the School of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand gives a seminar at CMI focusing on public interest litigation, class action suits, constitutional and administrative law.
Project | Jan 2003 - Dec 2004
The project focuses on the role of judicial institutions in relation to two central aspects of the process of democratisation: 1. excercising a control ...
courts, judicial system, judicial reform, democratisation, human rights, economic development, political-legal relationships, access to justice, Africa: Angola
U4 Issue | Nov 2011
Countries highly dependent on natural resources are among the most severely affected by the problem of illicit financial flows. Despite a lack of definite ...
international drivers of corruption, natural resource management, DR Congo, Nigeria, Zambia
CMI Report | Jan 2004
Creating a viable judiciary and strengthening its democratic functions has been a main concern of both governments and donors over the last two decades. ...
Judicial reform, Justice sector reform, Foreign aid, Norwegian aid, Courts, Africa: Ethiopia., Americas: Guatemala