Assessment of the Dutch Integrated Police Training Mission in Kunduz, Afghanistan – 2012 Progress Report

This progress report is the first in a series of three annual assessments monitoring the impact of the Dutch Integrated Police Training Mission (IPM) in Kunduz, Afghanistan. The report is designed to identify changes in community perceptions of the justice system in Kunduz province within the context of the ongoing Dutch mission to build the capacity of rule of law (RoL) institutions. It measures confidence in institutions charged with protecting and delivering justice, including the Afghan Uniform Police (AUP) and the judiciary, against the baseline study “Contextual Analysis of Police and Justice Systems in Kunduz” conducted in 2011. The 2012 monitoring report builds on the key findings of last year’s baseline study, which produced an initial set of observations on a range of rule of law and access to justice issues in Kunduz.

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