Democratization and Governance Reform in Liberia
The Nordic Africa Institute library staff has compiled this web dossier about Democratization and Governance Reform in Liberia.
Literature in the library
Use the quick links below to locate titles dealing with topics of interest in the library collection. The lists consist of literature - books and articles - in the form of fiction, non-fiction/factual information and official publications, as well as of other material.
We suggest the following keywords when searching the library search tool AfricaLit Plus:
Liberia, administrative reform, civil rights, civil war, conflicts, constitutional reform, democracy, democratization, dispute settlement, economic and social development, elections, governance, government policy, human rights violations, institutional framework, local government, national security, peace keeping, peaceful coexistence, political culture, political development, political participation, political reform, politics, post-conflict reconstruction, sustainable development.
This is a selection of websites dealing with Liberia. Many more items are available online on websites and in discussion forums. More links are found in the link collection A Guide to Africa on the Internet, which are related to this topic.
INCORE guide to Internet sources on conflict in Liberia
Executive mansion - Liberia
Government of the Republic of Liberia.
National Elections Commission
Election results, maps, full text of legal documents, press releases, voter education materials, and photographs, from the National Elections Commission of the Republic of Liberia.
World Factbook Liberia
Published by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
World leaders / Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Government
An online directory of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments published and updated by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Selected online article and report
"Pambazuka News 314: Special Issue on Liberia", Electronic weekly newsletter for social justice in Africa.