Rule of Law Resources

Below is an incomplete list of Rule of Law resources that I have found very helpful throughout my work.  Because of my concentration on Afghanistan in recent years, some of these resources include specific Afghan projects.  However, some of the references and issues are applicable to other rule of law and justice sector contexts.  I will be supplementing this list as best I can as time goes by.

Afghan Women Network (AWN)

Afghanistan Legal Documents Exchange Center (ALDEC)

Afghanistan Legal Education Project (ALEP)

Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit

Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Harvard Islamic Research Studies

Hauser Global Law School Program: (GIRoA Legal System and Research)

Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

Independent National Legal Training Center

International Committee Red Cross (ICRC) Afghanistan

International Legal Foundation

International Network to Promote Rule of Law (INPROL)

Law Library of Congress

LexisNexis – The Rule of Law

Max-Planck-Institute Organization and Jurisdiction of the Newly Established Afghan Courts

Relief Web International (Afghanistan)

The Afghanistan NGO Safety Office (ANSO)

The Siracusa International Institute for criminal justice and human rights

United States Institute of Peace

University of Michigan Law Library

Women for Women

Yale Law School – Lillian Goldman Law Library

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