Legal Writing

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An Assessment of the Punjab Transparency and Right to Information Act, 2013

Democracy and accountability are sine qua non for each other. Foremost pre-requisite for a functional accountability mechanism is access to information. In Article 19-A of Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 the Constitution recognises right to information as a fundamental human right. To translate constitutional law into reality, Government of Punjab enacted the…

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Humanitarian Aid Projects, Colonial Legacy and the Experience of the Internally Displaced in Sudan

In the political economy of development, and more specifically second generation of conditionalities imposed by aid donors, human rights and rule of law have come to the forefront and have been promoted as ideals for improving the governance in developing countries. Hence, ideas for improving achieving better governance have become central to aid-donor-recipient relations (Burnell…

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CLEA’s Essay Competition

The following essay written by Faizan Daud won the 3rd prize in the Commonwealth Legal Education Association’s Essay Competition in 2014. He was awarded with a cash prize and his essay was published online.   ‘’Can the Commonwealth (Latimer House) Principles on Three Branches of Government 2003 serve as an effective framework for safeguarding democracy and…

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