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Professor Jon Eddy The US-Afghan Legal Educators Program January 26, 2011. BASICS. Established 2005 US Dept State/INL Initial term 3 years, $2 million. GOAL. Train up to 20 professors in US Target: LLM degrees Gender equity Possible outreach beyond Kabul in later years. PREMISE.

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Professor Jon Eddy

The US-Afghan Legal Educators Program

January 26, 2011

basics
BASICS
  • Established 2005
  • US Dept State/INL
  • Initial term 3 years, $2 million
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GOAL
  • Train up to 20 professors in US
  • Target: LLM degrees
  • Gender equity
  • Possible outreach beyond Kabul in later years
premise
PREMISE
  • Frustration with short-term trainings
  • Recognized need for long-term approach to capacity-building
  • Need to improve Afghan legal education
actual conditions
ACTUAL CONDITIONS
  • Extreme isolation and poverty of faculties
  • Major barriers to participation of women
  • Non-existent English language capabilities
  • Disillusionment with “assistance”
uw principles
UW PRINCIPLES
  • Work with both Law and Shari’a faculties
  • Work with provincial universities
  • Involve women equally with men
accomplishments
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
  • Work closely with faculties at 5 universities
  • Visits by Deans from all these faculties
  • 15 successful LLM graduates
  • Over 80 study visits to the United States
lessons
LESSONS
  • Take time to build trust
  • Build your program methodically
  • Revise plans regularly
  • Do NOT look for quick results