Rule of law
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: LCSH
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Heidelberg Darfur Dialogue Outcome Document Containing Draft Proposals for Consideration in a Future Darfur Peace Agreement, 2010-05-25
Call Number: MS201.002.00560
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains proposals, draft agreements, final agreements, reports, situation briefings, memorandums, talking points, personal reflections, press statements, and correspondence relating to de Waal’s work with the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel on Sudan (AUHIP) from 2009 to 2012. These documents cluster around topics associated with the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the Darfur Peace Agreement as well as other outstanding issues relating to...
Heidelberg Darfur Dialogue Outcome Document Containing Draft Proposals for Consideration in a Future Darfur Peace Agreement
Judicial Reform in Afghanistan: Towards a Holistic Understanding of Legitimacy in Post-Conflict Societies
Judicial Reform in Afghanistan: Towards a Holistic Understanding of Legitimacy in Post-Conflict Societies, 2010
Call Number: UA015.012.077.00005
Overview Submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree of Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Abstract: This investigation seeks to elucidate the connections among three aspects of rule of law through an examination of judicial reform in post-Taliban Afghanistan. I hypothesize that building judicial independence, engagement with customary law, and anti-corruption efforts, usually approached separately, are interdependent through their impacts on...
Item — Box 1: Series MS201.001; Series MS201.002 [Barcode: IM 097010286]
Call Number: MS201.001.001.00059
Scope and Contents Protocol between the Government of the Sudan (GoS), the Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM/A) and the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) on the Improvement of the Humanitarian Situation in Darfur
Call Number: MS201.002.02464
Scope and Contents This is a statement by civil society leaders in the Upper Nile State expressing their concerns about conditions after the possibility of South Sudan independence. They also recommend some steps to be taken in order to lessen the possibility of conflict and increase the possibility of peace.
South Kordofan Gubernatorial and State Legislative Elections: Statement of Preliminary Findings and Conclusions
South Kordofan Gubernatorial and State Legislative Elections: Statement of Preliminary Findings and Conclusions, 2011-05-18
Call Number: MS201.002.02772
Scope and Contents This document is a statement by the Carter Center asserting that despite instances of intimidation and clashes in the lead up to the elections, and some problems with procedural irregularities, the polling and counting processes for the South Kordofan state elections that were conducted from May 2-7, 2011, in a generally peaceful and credible manner.