Negotiating order in postwar Mozambique: the role of community courts in redressing unsettled wartime conflicts

Igreja, Victor (2012). Negotiating order in postwar Mozambique: the role of community courts in redressing unsettled wartime conflicts. In Helene Maria Kyed, João Paulo Borges Coelho, Amelia Neves de Souto and Sara Arújo Araújo (Ed.), The dynamics of legal pluralism in Mozambique (pp. 148-166) Maputo, Mozambique: Centro de Estudos Sodais Aquino de Bragan.

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Author Igreja, Victor
Title of chapter Negotiating order in postwar Mozambique: the role of community courts in redressing unsettled wartime conflicts
Title of book The dynamics of legal pluralism in Mozambique
Place of Publication Maputo, Mozambique
Publisher Centro de Estudos Sodais Aquino de Bragan
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9789899773011
9899773018
Editor Helene Maria Kyed
João Paulo Borges Coelho
Amelia Neves de Souto
Sara Arújo Araújo
Chapter number 7
Start page 148
End page 166
Total pages 28
Total chapters 13
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Q-Index Code BX
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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