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Legal Empowerment and Horizontal Inequalities after Conflict

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Legal Empowerment and Horizontal Inequalities after Conflict. / Waldorf, Lars Teilhet.

Helsinki : UNU-WIDER, 2017.

Research output: Working paper

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Waldorf, LT 2017 'Legal Empowerment and Horizontal Inequalities after Conflict' UNU-WIDER, Helsinki.

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Waldorf, L. T. (2017). Legal Empowerment and Horizontal Inequalities after Conflict. UNU-WIDER.

Vancouver

Waldorf LT. Legal Empowerment and Horizontal Inequalities after Conflict. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. 2017.

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Waldorf, Lars Teilhet. / Legal Empowerment and Horizontal Inequalities after Conflict. Helsinki : UNU-WIDER, 2017.

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