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Complex Vulnerability and Access to Justice for Former Refugee Populations: The Case of the Somali Zigula in Tanzania
Breanne Grace
March 2018
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Human Rights
Legal Reform
Migration
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Youth and the Rule of Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
April 21, 2017
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Civil Society
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Criminal Justice
Development
Economics
Education
Environment
Human Rights
Legal Reform
Technology
The State and Society
Transitional Justice
Vulnerable Populations
Fraud and Market Participation: Social Relations as a Moderator of Organizational Misconduct
Christopher Yenkey
February 15, 2017
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Economics
The State and Society
The Raging Storm: A Reporter’s Inside Account of the Northern Uganda War 1986-2005
Caroline Lamwaka, edited by Ronald Atkinson
2016
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Conflict
Environment
Historical Perspectives
Human Rights
The State and Society
Transitional Justice
Vulnerable Populations
Exploring the Relationship between the Rule of Law and Violent Extremism in the Middle East: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
July 28, 2016
Region: Middle East and North Africa
Civil Society
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Criminal Justice
Development
Economics
Education
Human Rights
Legal Reform
Religion
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Media Portrayals of Low German Mennonite “Ghost Rapes” Challenge the Bolivian Plurinational State
Rebecca Janzen
May 2016
Region: Western Hemisphere
Comparative Perspectives
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Enduring Prosperity and the Rule of Law for the Northern Triangle: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
December 31, 2015
Region: Western Hemisphere
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Criminal Justice
Development
Economics
Human Rights
Legal Reform
Migration
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
The National Body in Mexican Literature: Collective Challenges to Biopolitical Control
Rebecca Janzen (co-authored)
2015
Region: Western Hemisphere
Historical Perspectives
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Taking International Law at Its Word and Its Spirit: Re-envisioning Responsibility to Protect as a Binding Principle of International Law
Tessa Davis
2011
Region: Global
Comparative Perspectives
Human Rights
The State and Society
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