NRC has advertised a one month consultancy working on customary law issues related to land administration and dispute adjudication in South Sudan. This is a very important initiative on NRC’s part and a great opportunity to contribute to the development of informed practice in this highly challenging area. See the ToRs posted in the resource page of this blog. The timeline is quite short, so if you are interested, qualified and available, please contact Laura Cunial (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to receive the invitation to bid.
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-housing, land and property (HLP) issues
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-transitional justice and rule of law
-early recovery and development
-self-determination and minority rights.
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