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Law and Development

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Recent resources on Law and Development

This article provides an analysis of the functions of the financial system and consequences for socio-economic development and stability.
This article provides background information, concerns and recommendations regarding law and human rights in Cambodia.
This report provides background to the issue of ‘witchcraft’, surveys its legal status in various countries and suggests changes to protect those accused of witchcraft
This report discusses the move towards a rights-based approach to development, its benefits and drawbacks.
This report gives an overview of some of the key international laws on forestry and water in the context of climate change.

UK AidThe A4ID Law & International Resource Centre is part of A4ID's 'Lawyers in Development' project,
funded by the UK Department for International Development (DfID).