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Implementing outcomes model designed to sustaining the practice of rule of law to benefit Angolan peoples.
Implementing outcomes model designed to sustaining the practice of rule of law to benefit Angolan peoples.

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Glen Burnie

Implementing outcomes model designed to sustaining the practice of rule of law to benefit Angolan peoples.

Lack of good governance and the rule of law are one of the most pressing problems confronting modern African Countries on their path towards stability and reconstruction. While there have been signs of progress, the absence of robust and competent institutions has contributed - the case for Angola.

Time & Location

05/04/2024, 13:10 – 07/04/2024, 17:10

Glen Burnie, 6701 Baymeadow Dr, Glen Burnie, MD 21060, USA

About The Event

Lack of good governance and the rule of law are one of the most pressing problems confronting modern African Countries on their path towards stability and reconstruction. While there have been signs of progress, the absence of robust and competent institutions has contributed to a climate of insecurity and impunity. Several assessments of the justice system in country like Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia have found that judges and prosecutors lack of adequate skills to effectively administer criminal trials in line with Angolan laws and procedures, particularly with respect to safeguarding the rights of the accused. Organized under the aegis of Orpe Human Rights Advocates in partnership with the United States institute of Leadership and Diplomacy, the conference will be presenting actionable and practical solutions on creating a framework of durable outcomes for the pactice of ROL in the governing systems of the African nations. In this conference we will be discussing and presenting possible outcomes to the factors and the barriers hindering the implementing of ROL in African nations - starting with the implementation of outcomes model designed for sustaining the practice of rule of law for the benefits of Angolan democracy.

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