Diagnostic study of the functioning of conciliation courts in conflict management in BENIN: Cases of Atlantic-Littoral Courts
Keywords:Conciliation courts, Conflict managment, Benin Judicial functioning, Diagnostic justice study
Access to justice for all strata of society has been a constant concern for political actors, the public, civil society, NGOs, and development partners worldwide. In Canada, this concern has been central in the legal discourse for over thirty years. Judicial reform has become a priority in international donor peace interventions, aligning with the growing challenges related to conflict prevention and resolution. In Benin, conciliation courts play a vital role in dispute resolution and fostering dialogue between conflicting parties. However, despite the proliferation of these courts, questions persist regarding their effectiveness and impact on grievance management, especially in the Atlantic and coastal departments. There is no common approach among all stakeholders regarding their utility and operation. Issues related to their functioning and influence in conflict management in the region will be addressed. The study titled "Diagnostic Study of the Operation of Conciliation Courts in Conflict Management in BENIN: CASES FROM THE ATLANTIC-LITTORAL COURTS" aims to shed light on these critical aspects and contribute to a deeper understanding of the situation in Benin.
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