Publication Summaries

Fall 2016
REGION: Global
Toby Goldbach
Formal Justice Sector Institutions General Rule of Law
In "From the Court to the Classroom: Judges’ Work in International Judicial Education," Toby Goldbach argues that examining judges’ involvement in judicial training and educational programs is key in understanding…
September 2016
REGION: Western Hemisphere
Benjamin Roth *USC ROLC Faculty
Conflict and Transition Rule of Law Programming Understanding Local Context Vulnerable Populations
The recent out-migration of youth from the Northern Triangle has been driven largely by fear due to escalating neighborhood violence in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. These conditions are closely…
September 2, 2016
REGION: Middle East and North Africa
Fiona Mangan and Rebecca Murray
Conflict and Transition Formal Justice Sector Institutions Vulnerable Populations
In Prisons and Detention in Libya, Fiona Mangan and Rebecca Murray report findings on prison conditions in Libya from site visits they conducted in 2012 and again in 2015-16. Mangan…
September 2016
REGION: Sub-Saharan Africa
Ernest Ogbozor
Conflict and Transition Formal Justice Sector Institutions Understanding Local Context
In “Understanding the Informal Security Sector in Nigeria,” Ernest Ogbozor discusses “vigilante” groups in Nigeria, which are groups of ordinary citizens that function outside traditional police forces who seek to…
September 2016
REGION: Sub-Saharan Africa
Lilanganee Telesinghe et al.
Formal Justice Sector Institutions Understanding Local Context Vulnerable Populations
The article “HIV and Tuberculosis in Prisons in Sub-Saharan Africa” discusses the epidemiology of HIV and tuberculosis (TB) among prisoners in Sub-Saharan African prisons; identifies available services, highlighting successes and…
September 2016
REGION: Europe and Eurasia
Stefanie Grant
Formal Justice Sector Institutions General Rule of Law Vulnerable Populations
The publication, “Dead and Missing Migrants: The Obligations of European States Under International Human Rights Law,” by Stefanie Grant, addresses a significant gap in international human rights law regarding migration:…
September 2016
REGION: Europe and Eurasia, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa
Lilian Dang and Abby Riley
Corruption Understanding Local Context
In their article “Freedom of Information as an Anticorruption Tool: Lessons for Afghanistan,” Lillian Dang and Abby Riley look at examples of successful approaches to using freedom of information (FOI)…
August 2016
REGION: Middle East and North Africa
Khitam Al-khaykanee
Conflict and Transition Vulnerable Populations
“Justice and Security Needs in Iraq after ISIL,” by Khitam Al-Khaykanee of the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), discusses concerns facing the three-and-a-half million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in…
July 28, 2016
REGION: Middle East and North Africa
Rule of Law Collaborative
Conflict and Transition Formal Justice Sector Institutions General Rule of Law Understanding Local Context Vulnerable Populations
View Full Report Countering violent extremism (CVE) has emerged as an increasingly important part of foreign policy in recent years. Official sources articulate CVE as distinct from counter-terrorism (CT), but…
July 2016
REGION: Europe and Eurasia
Business Ombudsman Council
Corruption
The Business Ombudsman Council’s (BOC) report on Reducing the Risk of Corruption and Attracting Investment to the Construction Industry examines different aspects of corruption within the Ukrainian construction industry and…
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Highlighted Publications

Europe and Eurasia
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Considering the Role of Security Sector Reform and Police Reform when Tackling Organized Crime in Post-Conflict Environments

Western Hemisphere
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Transitioning to the Accusatorial Model: Addressing Challenges for Legal Education and Training in Latin America: Symposium Final Report

Sub-Saharan Africa
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A New Taxonomy for Corruption in Nigeria

East Asia and the Pacific
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The Promise and Peril of Paralegal Aid