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Community-Based Dispute Resolution

Founder(s): DFID
Status: Completed
Publications from this research project:

Community-Based Dispute Resolution Processes in Kabul City

This is the Kabul Case Study from AREU’s community-based dispute resolution (CBDR) research. The goal of the research is increasing knowledge of local dispute-resolution mechanisms, practices and principles to support contextually informed justice sector reform across the country. The study’s Read More

Proceedings of a Roundtable Discussion on Community-Based Dispute Resolution

On 14 February 2011, AREU research consultant Rebecca Gang led a roundtable discussion on the findings of AREU’s research on community-based dispute resolution (CBDR) with a small group of fellow researchers, advocates and policymakers. The group focused initially on the Read More

Community-Based Dispute Resolution Processes in Balkh Province

This is the Balkh Case Study from AREU’s community-based dispute resolution research. The goal of the research is increasing knowledge of local dispute-resolution mechanisms, practices and principles to support contextually informed justice sector reform across the country.

Community-Based Dispute Resolution Processes in Nangarhar Province

This Nangarhar case study is part of a series from AREU’s in-depth research on community-based dispute resolution (CBDR) in Nangarhar, Bamiyan, Kabul and Balkh provinces. Each case study contains descriptions of the study villages and explores: who has power in Read More

Community-Based Dispute Resolution Processes in Bamiyan Province

This Bamiyan case study is part of a series from AREU’s in-depth research on community-based dispute resolution (CBDR) in Nangarhar, Bamiyan, Kabul and Balkh provinces. Each case study contains descriptions of the study villages and explores: who has power in Read More

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