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Activities and Initiatives: Judiciary

Promoting Good Governance and the Rule of Law in the Arab States: Implementing the Arab Human Development Report - Phase I - Planning Phase 2003
2003.
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The project builds upon the findings of the Arab States Human Development Report issued in 2002 and takes into account the issue of citizen security in the Arab States Region. The overall objective of this project is to develop and implement a broad-based programme for the Arab Region, which will provide assistance to government and civil society to support institutions building within the context of good governance and the rule of law. Phase I aims to develop the programme through focusing on the establishment of a regional network of project partners from governments, civil society organizations as well as international and regional experts. Within this regional network an advisory group will oversee the production of a working paper on issues of institution building in the security sector and citizen security in an international as well as regional context. The collection of information from institutions working in this area should lead to identify and define specific needs for institution building. In relation to this needs assessment and analysis, the advisory group will also present a set of recommendations. � The outcome of these activities will then form the basis of a new comprehensive, broad based programme, which will be implemented under Phase II. This programme will contribute to overcoming the challenge of dramatically changed security environments through bringing together various actors such as civil society organizations with expertise in human security and human rights issues with representatives of the principal state institutions responsible for state and citizen security, in a concerted effort to generate the structural and policy reforms required to approach security and institution building needs within the context of good governance and rule of law.

Publications:

Algeria
Bahrain
Djibouti
Egypt
Iraq
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Libya
Morocco
Oman
Palestine
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Somalia
Sudan
Syria
Tunisia
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
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