Rule of Law During Pandemics   [open html - 0B]

From the Resource: "The current COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic is a world-wide public health emergency that has resulted in a multitude of deaths and has severely impacted economies of every nation in the world. Currently, there have been over 20 million cases of COVID-19 worldwide. Establishing and maintaining peace and security in all countries, especially underdeveloped countries, are critical because effective governance and the rule of law are essential to managing COVID-19. Likewise, without effective rule of law, the pandemic has the potential to exacerbate corruption, lack of recourse to courts, and ineffective policing, thereby resulting in even more instability and hardship for the people who, in many cases, already face injustice and lack of meaningful legal redress. This PKSOI [Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute] paper discusses ways the rule of law and the justice sector can effectively facilitate the response to COVID-19, while promoting stability, peace, and governance. Further, it outlines a way forward for strengthening rule of law."

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Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute: http://pksoi.armywarcollege.edu/
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Listed on November 18, 2020 [Critical Releases]