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Where formal and informal justice meet: Ethiopia’s justice pluralism.

Baker, Bruce
June 4, 2015

Source: (2013) African Journal of’International and Comparative Law 21(2):202-218.

The article focuses on three
questions. First, what justice providers are using informal practices at Kebele and
Woreda level? Second, what formal-informal justice linkages exist? Third, how
well does informal justice work, that is, how effective is it from the point of view
of providers and users, and what difficulties do informal-formal linkages solve or
not solve? (excerpt)


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