Legal Assistance to Developing Countries: Swedish Perspectives on the Rule of Law

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Per Sevastik
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1998 M01 19 - 277 páginas
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Since the early 1960s an essential ingredient of Sweden's international development aid has been focused on democracy and human rights issues and Sweden has been refining its policy continuously within this area. Today this policy has reached a certain degree of sophistication and therefore a natural focal point is on the development of the "rule of law" in various recipient countries. When and why was it introduced in Swedish development assistance? What does it actually entail? These and other issues related to assistance within the legal sector are discussed in this anthology written by university professors, researchers and lecturers from various law faculties and institutions in Sweden familiar with the developmental work which is channelled through the Swedish International Development Co-operation Agency (SIDA). It encapsulates both actual conditions and ideas outlining future perspectives.

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PRINCIPLES OF RULE OF LAW AND LEGAL DEVELOPMENT
32
THEORY AND REALITY IN LEGAL COOPERATION
61
A FEW PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS CONCERNING
81
THE CASE OF VIETNAM
106
SOME REFLECTIONS ON DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
145
DEVELOPING LAW AND GENDER PERSPECTIVES CTIVES
158
ADMINSTRATIVE LAW SETTING THE BUREAUCRATIC
189
BUREAUCRACY AND LEGAL CULTURE
209
LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENT
243
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