Lessons Learned From the Constitution-Making Processes of Post-Conflict Countries

Post-Conflict Constitution Building - Drafting - Case Studies

This paper surveys the lessons drawn from the experiences of a number of post-conflict states in drafting their constitutions. It focuses mostly on the process of constitution drafting and the institutions established for the duration of this process. It is based on the findings of a joint project sponsored by UNDP/BCPR in partnership with the United States Institute of Peace. The project has examined case studies and drew lessons on the process of constitution making, peace building and national reconciliation.


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