In this section you will find publications and articles to download on justice leadership and the rule of law

Is Botswana the Miracle of Africa? Democracy, the Rule of Law and Human Rights Versus Economic Development

Bostwana is one of the African countries that succeeded in reaching a wealthy economy and political stability. However the question of Human Rights has been left aside. Amelia Cook and Jeremy Sarkin give an academic analysis of the way in which Rule of Law developments in Botswana turned the country around for the better to some extent.


In Search of Success: Case Studies in Justice Sector Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

In Sub-saharan Africa, the World Bank and other organisations worked on legal and judicial reforms. Nonetheless, this has always been done on a case-by-case basis. Thus, in collaboration with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UK department for international development, the World Bank-commissioned report identifies eight justice sector success stories from Sub-Saharan Africa to develop a more responsive approach for the judicial reforms in the region.


Making States Work (2005)

Simon Chesterman, Michael Ignatieff & Ramesh Thakur (Eds).


National Agenda

Reforming the public services in Jordan.