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The Establishment of Fast-Track and User Friendly Courts in Kabwe and Lusaka to Fight Gender-Based Violence Cases Ambitions, development, and practice (Minor Field Study)


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Title: The Establishment of Fast-Track and User Friendly Courts in Kabwe and Lusaka to Fight Gender-Based Violence Cases Ambitions, development, and practice (Minor Field Study)
Authors: Lakso Tesáková, Elena
Issue Date: 6-Oct-2017
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: 2017:129
Abstract: The study gives a critical description of the establishment and functioning of the fast-track and user-friendly courts to fight gender-based violence cases in Zambia. The two courts were opened as pilot projects in January (Kabwe) and March (Lusaka) 2016 after four years of preparation and study visits by Zambian legal experts in countries around the world. Three areas are in focus: Firstly, the establishment of the courts, including the grounds on which the decision was made and the objectives ... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/53959
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