Document symbol: PK/G/2018
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Lessons Identified from the United Nations Mission in Liberia Support to Rule of Law in Liberia (Lessons Learned)
This report contains a select body of lessons collected from the engagement of UNMIL in supporting rule of law development and reform in Liberia. These lessons both reaffirm the importance of sustained support to national reform processes and the critical contribution of SSR, justice, corrections, police and human rights assistance to building a stable and peaceful society. The report also highlights some of the challenges experienced by Peace Operations (PO) in helping to strengthen rule of law in post-conflict contexts as well as emerging good practice from UNMIL projects and support. This lessons identified report documents efficiency focused lessons examining the internal organization of the Rule of Law Pillar of the Mission, as well as outward looking lessons that document why and how UNMIL was effective, including shortcomings in effectiveness or efficiency in support to national reform processes. For each of the lessons highlighted in the study, there are a number of corresponding recommendations aimed at helping to identify and inform needed changes in policy and systems supporting the work of Rule of Law pillars in UN PO.
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