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Author Gaston, E. L.,
Title Justice in transition in Yemen : a mapping of local justice functioning in ten governorates / Erica Gaston with Nadwa al-Dawsari.
Imprint Washington, DC : United States Institute of Peace, 2014.

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 ONLINE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION  Y 3.P 31:19/99    ONLINE  
Author Gaston, E. L.,
Series Peaceworks ; no. 99.
Peaceworks ; no. 99.
Subject Justice, Administration of -- Yemen (Republic)
Judicial corruption -- Yemen (Republic)
Alt Name al-Dawsari, Nadwa,
United States Institute of Peace,
Description 1 online resource (84 pages) : color illustrations.
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Note "September 2014"--Page [1].
Title from title screen (viewed September 19, 2014).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 81-84).
Contents Introduction -- Methodology -- Overview of governorates studied -- Security -- Facilities and infrastructure -- Personnel -- Case management -- Corruption and accountability -- Conclusion : a system in crisis -- Recommendations for donors and the government of Yemen.
Summary "Since the 2011 crisis sparked by the Arab Spring, Yemen has been engaged in a critical political transition. Deteriorating security and political uncertainty during this period have eroded rule of law and exacerbated long-standing weaknesses in state institutions. This report, which is part of a larger exploration into security and rule of law in the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings, highlights the current strengths and weaknesses of the justice system in ten Yemeni governorates with an eye to reform. Covering personnel issues, case management, facilities and infrastructure, corruption, accountability, and overall functionality, it provides a wealth of data critical for further study and points the way to more responsive programming and justice sector reform generally. While this report focuses primarily on the justice system, the findings should raise significant concerns about the health of state institutions overall as they emerge from this transition period"--Publisher description.
Reproduction Reproduction. [Alliance,OH: University of Mount Union Library, 2015. spiral bound; 29cm. Printed from web site (July 29, 2015).
ISBN 9781601272300
1601272308
OCLC # 890914689


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