Inclusive and Democratic Governance

Featured Publications


  • Application of International Treaties in Domestic Courts

    The Report provides comparative analysis of application of international treaties in domestic courts based on the database of the International Legal Reports Center in example of universal of country specific models applied in China, the United States, Mexico, and Germany.

  • The right to petition in Uzbekistan, Russia, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia: Comparative Analysis

    The right to petition one’s government for redress of grievances is the right to make a complaint or request of government without fear of punishment or reprisals. This right has been enshrined in law for decades. The central question addressed by the study is who, how, and by what processes, mechanisms, capacities and organizational infrastructures should the courts and justices system of Republic of Uzbekistan respond to petitions in compliance with the Petitions Law. The overarching answer to this central question is fundamental conclusion and recommendation drawn from the study.

  • Foreign experience study of courts’ assessment

    The joint project of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) "Rule of Law Partnership in Uzbekistan" studied a foreign experience of introducing mechanisms of courts’ assessment in 2015.

  • Proceedings of the Round table on "The legal framework for civil service reform in the Republic of Uzbekistan"

    This compilation includes articles on improvement efficiency of civil service, analysis of national and international experience in civil service reform.

  • Textbook on Foundations of Civil Society

    It provides solid introduction to the history of civil society as a phenomenon, its modern developments, institutions that assisted development of civil society, based on studies of local and foreign scientists.

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