Issue 11, November 2014

Dear Reader,

You are receiving this email because of your interest in constitutional reform issues and/or membership of International IDEA's constitution building thematic website ConstitutionNet.Org. It provides you with an update on all new content - news, analyses, events, new resources, etc. - created within the network over the last month.

To access the content, click on any of the links below or visit www.ConstitutionNet.Org

Voices from the field
  Constitutional reform in non-conflict contexts: Ghana’s experience
by Mawuse Vormawor
Tanzania’s ongoing feud: A tale of two Constitutions
by Salma Maoulidi
Zambia’s elusive constitution making: lessons for civil society
by Boniface Cheembe
Caught between law and politics: Judicial review of constitutional amendments in Libya
by Suliman Ibrahim
Want to be a ConstitutionNet Voice from the field? Contact us!
In the media this month
  Uganda: Can Constitutional Changes Delay 2016 Elections?
by Sadab Kitatta Kaaya
Chile's journey towards a constituent assembly
by Bruno Sommer Catalán
Nepal's Constitution making: Bringing consensus back to Kathmandu

by Prashant Jha
Sri Lanka: Why a Constitutional amendment now is more urgent than general elections
by Dhammasiri Ranwalage
  Term limits and constitutional tinkering in Africa: Burkina Faso's lesson
by Yuhniwo Ngenge
Iceland shows that a UK constitutional convention should involve politicians as little as possible
by Thorvaldur Gylfason
Spain: What's next after Catalonia vote?

by Patrice De Beerk
Reflections on the Arab uprisings
by Marc Lynch
More analyses >
Latin America
More news >

New International IDEA Releases

  • Constitutions of over 26 countries, including Austria, Australia, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Ghana, Honduras, India, Iran, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Turkey and Venezuela now available on ConstitutionNet in Arabic.

Latest library resources

Find more documents >

Upcoming events

New members on ConstitutionNet

Interact with ConstitutionNet:
Twitter  Facebook

For more information on our programme, ConstitutionNet and how to contribute, contact the ConstitutionNet Team. We value your feedback! 

ConstitutionNet is an International IDEA project developed and maintained with generous support from the Government of Norway