Inclusion of Combatants in Constitution-Building

Melbourne Forum Constitutional INSIGHTS No. 5
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This publication is only available in electronic format
Published: 
22 September 2020
Language: 
English
Pages: 
10
Author(s): 
Anna Dziedzic
Co-Publisher(s): 
Constitution Transformation Network

The inclusion and participation of combatants in constitution-building processes raises a number of distinctive issues.

Constitutional INSIGHTS No. 5 examines the rationales for including combatants in constitution-building, the challenges this presents and some of the mechanisms that might be used to support their participation in constitution-building processes.

Contents

Introduction

1. What is distinctive about the role of combatants in constitution-building?

2. Why should combatants be included in constitution-building processes?

3. What are the challenges to including combatants in constitution-building processes?

4. How might combatants participate in constitution-building processes?

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