ABA ROLI Experts Ask, "How can the U.N. restore the rule of law to the Central African Republic?" in the Washington Post

Image credit: Washington Post: A general view shows the Central African Republic town of Bria on June 12, 2017. (Saber Jendoubi/AFP/Getty Images)
Recently, ABA ROLI staff members Claire Duguid, Catherine Lena Kelly, and Timothy Meyer wrote an opinion piece for the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog about how the United Nations can restore the rule of law to the Central African Republic (CAR). In the piece, Duguid, Kelly, and Meyer discuss the study ABA ROLI and the Harvard Humanitarian Institute conducted in Bangui and the surrounding areas of Bimbo and B├ęgoua as part of a program to improve access to justice and combat impunity in CAR. The Monkey Cage has a mission "to connect political scientists and the political conversation by creating a compelling forum, developing publicly focused scholars, and building an informed audience."

Read more about the "five things you should know" about the rule of law in CAR.


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