The Brookings Institution’s Project on US Relations with the Islamic World has selected INSCT’s draft research paper “Justice in Postconflict Settings: Islamic Law and Muslim Communities as Stakeholders in Successful Transition” as a Working Group topic at its prestigious 2014 Islamic World Forum in Doha, Qatar, June 9 to 11, 2014.
Partnering with the Project on US Relations with the Islamic World as a working group convener will provide INSCT a unique opportunity to collaborate with Brookings Institution experts and to bring heightened visibility and prominence to INSCT’s research into Islamic law, postconflict justice, and transition in Muslim-majority nations that have suffered conflict.
Deliberations of INSCT’s working group will center on the draft paper. The aim is to create a product that offers specific recommendations to policymakers to address the issues the research has identified. INSCT will develop the final draft of the paper after the Forum, incorporating feedback gleaned from the 20- to 25-strong working group.
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