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Access to justice in sub-Saharan Africa: the role of traditional and informal justice systems Penal Reform

Editor, Adam
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Penal Reform International.

This publication is based on a study written by Joanna Stevens for Penal Reform International in December 1998, entitled Traditional and Informal Justice Systems in Africa, South Asia and the Caribbean. His [sic] publication focuses primarily on traditional and informal justice systems in sub-Saharan Africa, reflecting the wealth of material available from the region in contrast to the paucity of up-to-date material from Asia and the Caribbean. (excerpt)


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