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  • The Theory of Law and Rights in the North African Legal System

    A blog by Sara Hilal bik

    Photo Author: Citizen 59. “Panoramique de Tunis.” Tunis, Tunisia, February 11, 2010. Some Rights Reserved.*

    The general theory of law and rights has a unique shape in the North African legal system (spanning Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia). During the colonial period, French law...

  • International Actors in the Field: Expectations, Ethics, and Behavior

    Photo Author: Spc. Jillian Munyon. "Mosul Public Service Academy Training Center." Iraq, 2010. Some Rights Reserved.*

    INPROL published an original blog from Police Forum Facilitator Nick Dove last week, which told a fictional story about how practitioners' unthinking behavior in the field can influence...

  • Can Rule of Law Practitioners’ Behavior in the Field Trigger Corruption?

    A blog by Nick Dove

    In this Blog, based on his own experience and observations from the field, Nick Dove shares a fictional story of how rule of law practitioners’ unthinking behavior while working in post-conflict settings can influence corrupt action. While the details in this story are fictional, it may...

  • An Introduction to Rule of Law Topics - Core Skills for Rule of Law Practitioners

    INPROL's Introductions Series highlights a general rule of law topic or a specific topic from INPROL's Digital Library of relevance for rule of law promotion.

    Rule of Law work requires an array of nonlegal skills - but some of these critical abilities may not be developed during formal education...

  • An Introduction to Rule of Law Topics - Core Skills for Rule of Law Practitioners Part 1

    INPROL's Introductions Series highlights a general rule of law topic or a specific topic from INPROL's Digital Library of relevance for rule of law promotion.

    INPROL Practitioner Seminar on Applied Research. Kabul, Afghanistan. July 2016.

    Rule of Law work requires an array of...

  • Customary Justice: a Reflection on Afghanistan

    A Blog by Ezatullah Waqar and Lillian Dang

    Photo Author: Laura K. Smith, via the ISAF Headquarters Public Affairs Office. "Elders of Bala Murghab Conduct a Shura." Kabul, Afghanistan, November 30, 2008. Some Rights Reserved.*

    "Customary justice is a broad term used to denote the traditional...

  • New Publication: Business, Human Rights, and Sustainability Sourcebook

    A Blog by Lelia Mooney

    Forum on Business and Human Rights, Geveva, Switzerland, December 2, 2014. Photo from the United States Mission Geneva. Some Rights Reserved.*

    It has been increasingly recognized that business activities can affect human rights both positively and negatively. As a result,...

  • An Introduction to Rule of Law Topics - Rule of Law Guiding Principles

    INPROL's Introductions Series highlights a general rule of law topic or a specific topic from INPROL's Digital Library of relevance for rule of law promotion.

    UN Members' Flags - the UN Headquarters, New York. Photo by Aotearoa. Some Rights Reserved.*

    Rule of Law Guiding Principles are the...

  • Operationalizing Intelligence led Policing: Experience from Nigeria

    By Isioma Kemakolam

    The INPROL Blog is informative and forward thinking on rule of law theory, practice, and policy. Contributions come from practitioners and scholars active in the rule of law field and draw on their experiences with an aim of making these accessible to their peers. If you are interested in...

  • Philippe Leroux-Martin Reflects on the Nexus of Rule of Law, Justice, and Security in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    A Blog by Bethany L. McGann

    The INPROL Blog is informative and forward thinking on rule of law theory, practice, and policy. Contributions come from practitioners and scholars active in the rule of law field and draw on their experiences with an aim of making these...

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