The Project endeavours to evaluate the legal status of the Former Federally Administered Tribal Areas. This includes not only ascertaining whether an armed conflict is in existence within the area and the potential hurdles in the transitional process from an armed conflict to a peacetime regime governed by International Human Rights Law. Moreover, the Project aims to analyse the current domestic legal regime applicable to the region vis-à-vis a view of its merger with KPK.
The aforementioned objectives were contoured further through an expert Round table session with legal experts well versed in both IHL and Pakistan’s domestic law to discuss the findings of RSIL in regards to the Legal Implications of the FATA Reforms on the Conflict Paradigm in October 2018.
- The Applicable Legal Framework in Conflict and Peace
- Evaluation of the Security Situation in FATA Uptil 2018
- FATA Reforms and Their Impact on the Conflict Paradigm