AMAN Participates in a Research produced by TIRI International

Priorities for building an integrity system in Palestine include building a viable, independent judicial system and creating a better security and policing system

Issued by The Coalition for Accountability and Integrity - AMAN



The Coalition for Accountability and Integrity AMAN worked with Tiri International in producing a research entitled Reconstruction National Integrity System Survey, as part of a series of eight studies of post-war reconstruction countries conducted by Tiri, an international non-governmental organization that works on prompting integrity worldwide, in cooperation with NGOs in eight post war countries.

The eight countries covered are Afghanistan, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo, Lebanon, Mozambique, Palestine, Sierra Leone, Timor Leste. The research is the basis for an advocacy and monitoring agenda to promote integrity in reconstruction both within the eight countries and internationally.

The study on Palestine shows how reform and building national integrity systems is sensitive to political change. The continuous oppression by the Israeli occupation undermines any reform efforts.

The study which was supervised by AMAN Coalition stressed that commitment to integrity and reform in the Palestinian context should be coupled with political commitment to advance the peace process, stopping the occupation oppression and promoting a viable economic development process.


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