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Informal Dispute Resolution in Afghanistan – United States Institute of Peace

This report discusses informal justice in Afghanistan and its relationship to state institutions. It draws on a series of pilot projects sponsored and overseen by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and on work by other nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), international donors, and the international military in Afghanistan, as well as on field visits by the authors. Over the past several years, the USIP team that oversaw the projects spoke with hundreds of Afghan government officials, community leaders, citizens, members of the NGO community, international government officials, and military personnel about informal justice issues. The report provides a summary of this research and a series of recommendations for the Afghan government and the international community engaged with rule of law in the country.

Uploaded on: Aug 10, 2016
Year Published: 2010

Resource Tags

Resource Type: Practitioner Resources Issues: Generalist Legal Services, Traditional / Customary Justice Tool Type: Reports / Research Method: Research, Strengthening Customary Justice Systems Languages: English Regions: Afghanistan