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Influence of Community Characteristics on Serious Police Use of Force Events in an Australian Policing Jurisdiction: A Test of Minority Threat, Social Disorganisation and Ecological Contamination Theories
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
July 2018
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
The State and Society
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
How Does Education about the Holocaust Advance Global Citizenship Education?
Doyle Stevick
December 2017
Region: Global
Education
Historical Perspectives
Police Research, Officer Surveys, and Response Rates
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
October 2017
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
Justice in Post-Conflict Settings: Islamic Law and Muslim Communities as Stakeholders in Transition
Hamid Khan (co-authored)
August 31, 2017
Region: Central Asia, Middle East and North Africa, South Asia
Conflict
Human Rights
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
Political Competition and De Facto Judicial Independence in Non‐Democracies
Brad Epperly
2016
Region: Global
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