Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-164).
Formatted Contents Note
ch. 1. A basic introduction to customary justice systems ch. 2. Engaging with customary justice systems ch. 3. Programming options for reforming or strengthening customary justice systems ch. 4. Alternative forms of dispute resolution for customary user groups ch. 5. Models for a customary-state justice interface ch. 6. Heightening the protection of vulnerable groups in tjhe context of customary justice ch. 7. The role of human rights in the development of customary justice engagement strategies ch. 8. Conclusion Annex 1. Engaging with customary justice systems in post-conflict situations Annex 2. Good programming practices for engaging with customary justice systems Annex 3. Framework for considering when customary decision-making may or may not be effective Annex 4. Additional examples of alternate dispute resolution mechanisms to customary justice.
K282 .H37 2011
Rome : International Development Law Organization,