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CMI Brief | Sep 2017
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is still a common practice in Sudan. Nine out of ten women have been subjected to this practice. In 2009, a proposed ...
FGM, female genital mutilation, weak law, law, paper tiger, ARUSS, Sudan
Journal Article | Jan 2013
Le système juridique afghan est formé de pratiques coutumiè-res, de principes de la shari‘a, de lois promulguées par ...
law, customary law, judicial practice, legal intervention
Journal Article | Jan 2011
Afghanistan: Corruption and Injustice in the Judicial System Antonio De Lauri Journal of Law and Soc
law, justice, corruption, judicial practice, Afghanistan
'He should learn that he cannot get a woman for free’: Male elopers and constructions of masculinity in the Afghan justice system
Journal Article | Mar 2020
This article explores constructions of gender, masculinity, and class in moral crimes prosecutions, and their legal aftermaths in Afghanistan. It argues ...
law, Middle East, class, marriage, sexualities, Afghanistan
CMI Report | May 2016
The project Women’s Human Rights and Law Reform in the Muslim World seeks to map family and criminal law reforms in the period 1995-2015 in Afghanistan, ...
marriage age, marriage, law, rights, women, Yemen
Project | Jan - Dec 2003
Course at Faculty of Law, University of Bergen. The course focuses on current refugee law and issues and is taught as part of the international student ...
Journal Article | Jan 2002
Comprehending "evil": Challenges for law and policy Astri Suhrke and Douglas B. Klusmeyer Ethics an
Rule of law and environmental justice in the forests: The challenge of 'strong law enforcement' in corrupt conditions
U4 Issue | Jun 2013
Widespread illegal forest activities have contributed to deforestation, forest degradation, economic losses to nations and injustices for forest ...
REDD+, Forest governance, Corruption, Anti-corruption, Law enforcement, natural resource management, Indonesia, Cameroon
CMI Brief | Jan 2013
At the time of independence, India used protective law to address fears that its tribal majority regions would be marginalized vis-a-vis the larger, ...
CMI Brief | Jun 2018
The family law in Sudan, legalises child marriage, stipulates a wife’s obedience to her husband, and gives the male guardian veto power on women’s ...
Women in politics, Peacebuilding in Africa, Complementarity, Sudan
Edited Book | May 2016
This is the first book to comprehensively and systematically trace the trajectory from impunity towards accountability for past human rights violations ...
transitional justice, impunity, accountability, Latin America, human rights, law, truth commissions, trials, reparations, amnesty, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay
Report in External Series | Oct 2010
As part of the international follow-up of the 2001 military intervention, Norway increased its engagement in Afghanistan4 from the end of 2001. In accordance ...
Journal Article | Jan 2010
Politiche della ricostruzione in Afghanistan: modernizzazione e rule of law Antonio De Lauri Africh
TNRC Publication | Dec 2019
Law enforcement agencies monitor and enforce laws that protect landscapes, seascapes, and the species that inhabit them. Corruption helps violators circumvent ...
Anti-corruption, law enforcement, environmental crime, impunity, legal sanctions
Sudan Working Paper | May 2017
This paper critically investigates the criminalization of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) in Red Sea, a state with one of the highest prevalence ...
female genital mutilation, cutting, pharaonic circumcision, circumcision, kushabi, ARUSS, Red Sea
CMI Report | Jan 1990
The rule of law in Africa. Reflections on the limits of constitutionalism Yash Ghai CMI Report ya
Journal Article | Jul 2011
Across Latin America, debates and practice around indigenous law provide a window on shifting relations between indigenous movements, states, and international ...
News | 28 Jun 2016
In February 2012, the Department for International Development (DFID) launched its Strengthening Tanzania’s Anti-Corruption Action (STACA) programme. ...
News | 21 Aug 2014
Law is increasingly center stage for political battles. Across the globe, people are going to court to claim their right to health or education, to fight for their right to engage in sex work or same-sex relationships - while others mobilize courts and legislatures to criminalize prostitution or homosexual practice.
Project | Dec 2009 - Dec 2012
This research project seeks to explore the relationship between legal pluralism – the multiple norms, institutions, practices and beliefs that characterise ...