The Bangsamoro Organic Law: A Concrete Step towards Peace in Mindanao

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In this guest post, Asli Ozcelik and Jenna Sapiano examine the peace process in the Philippines through a constitutional perspective, drawing on their presentations at this year’s ICON-S conference at the University of Hong Kong. Jenna Sapiano, visiting research fellow at iCourts and Asli Ozcelik, doctoral candidate at the University of Glasgow, organised a panel, supported by the PSRP, on ‘Re-thinking peace and constitution-making’. The panel was chaired by Prof Vicki Jackson and Prof Christie S. Warren.

Period28 Aug 2018

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  • TitleThe Bangsamoro Organic Law: A Concrete Step towards Peace in Mindanao
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletPolitical Settlements Research Programme (PSRP)
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date28/08/18
    DescriptionIn this guest post, Asli Ozcelik and Jenna Sapiano examine the peace process in the Philippines through a constitutional perspective, drawing on their presentations at this year’s ICON-S conference at the University of Hong Kong. Jenna Sapiano, visiting research fellow at iCourts and Asli Ozcelik, doctoral candidate at the University of Glasgow, organised a panel, supported by the PSRP, on ‘Re-thinking peace and constitution-making’. The panel was chaired by Prof Vicki Jackson and Prof Christie S. Warren.
    Producer/AuthorJenna Sapiano
    URLwww.politicalsettlements.org/2018/08/28/6832/
    PersonsJenna Sapiano