Source: (2003) Paper commissioned by the Governance Division, DfID, UK and delivered at workshop on "working with Non-State Justice Systems held at the Overseas Development Institute held 6-7 March. Institute of Development Studies. Downloaded 12 December 2003.

This report seeks to help DfID understand the range of non-formal justice systems in the East Africa region, and to apply this understanding to develop guidelines on how to work with non-formal justice systems to achieve DfID’s goal of making justice more accessible to poor people. The report is based on a review of relevant experience in three East African countries: Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. (excerpt)

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