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International actors and traditional justice in Sub-Saharan Africa : policies and interventions in transitional justice and justice sector aid

Brems, Eva ; Corradi, Giselle ; Schotsmans, Martien ; cop. 2015

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  • Titre:
    International actors and traditional justice in Sub-Saharan Africa : policies and interventions in transitional justice and justice sector aid
  • Auteur: Brems, Eva ;
    Corradi, Giselle ;
    Schotsmans, Martien
  • Sujets: Customary law -- Africa, Sub-Saharan ;
    Transitional justice -- Africa, Sub-Saharan ;
    Legal polycentricity -- Africa, Sub-Saharan ;
    Droit coutumier -- Afrique noire ;
    Justice transitionnelle -- Afrique noire ;
    Pluralisme juridique -- Afrique noire
  • Identifiant: ISBN 978-1-78068-287-7 ;ISBN 1-7806-8287-5 ; PPN192653016 ; 000450915
  • Date de publication: cop. 2015
  • Éditeur: Cambridge Antwerp Portland Or. : Intersentia
  • Format: 1 vol. (XV-237 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm
  • Langue: Anglais
  • Pays d'édition: Royaume-Uni
  • Note(s): Part I. General introduction
    Chapter 1. International actors and traditional justice in Africa
    Part II. International actors and traditional justice in transitional justice
    Chapter 2. The role of tradition in transitional justice
    Chapter 3. The policy of international actors on traditional justice in transitional justice
    Chapter 4. Non-official use of tradition: a case study on Sierra Leone
    Chapter 5. Official hybridisation of tradition : a case study on Rwanda
    Chapter 6. Official complementarity: a case study on Northern Uganda
    Chapter 7. Tradition in transitional justice : between localisation and globalisation
    Part III. International actors and traditional justice in justice sector aid
    Chapter 8. At the crossroads of theory and practice
    Chapter 9. Justice sector aid in legally plural Africa
    Chapter 10. Linking socio-legal theory and justice sector aid
    Chapter 11. Traditional law through a state lens : a case study on Malawi
    Chapter 12. Polycentric legal landscapes : a case study on Mozambique
    Chapter 13. Beyond dichotomies : a case study on Sierra Leone
    Chapter 14. Traditional law through a state lens : a case study on Zambia
    Chapter 15. From addressing local legal orders to embracing legal pluralism
    Part IV. General conclusion
    Chapter 16. Embracing legal pluralism : general conclusion
  • Source: Catalogue Cujas

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