The Center for Constitutional Transitions has the role of mobilizing and generating knowledge that sustains building of the constitution. The organization achieves that by leading and gathering an international network of constitutional professionals who are responsible for giving evidence-based policy options. They assist agenda-setting research and decision makers. The organization has achieved its mission through its partnerships with a global network of multilateral institutions, NGOs, and think tanks.
The organization has a team of experts comprising of top scholars with experience in the field of law and senior policy practitioners. The group helps the Center for Constitutional Transitions to aid in the conceptualization of projects, recruiting experts, conferences, and workshops, disseminating research outputs, and publication. The success of the Center for Constitutional Transitions is based on the fact that it involves professionals from over 25 countries to solve various constitutional, democratic and security hurdles as well as share ideas. Additional article on constitutionaltransitions.org.
The Center for Constitutional Transitions hosted the workshop that involved constitutional experts from all over the world, including Sujit Choudhry. Sujit is the director of the institution. The conference brought together several intelligent minds on matters dealing with constitutional making. During the workshop, Sujit noted that there was a wave where traditional democracies are being involved in the process of lawmaking. Therefore, Sujit advises that current constitutional leaders should discuss and collect options based on policy to support the operation of constitutional reforms. Most scholars find the constitutional making matters exciting, so they focus on articles and case studies to analyze the subject and collect information. Related article to read here
Professor Sujit has handled constitutional matters for more than 20 years in an array of contexts such as political violence and ceasefires. He has experience in enabling public dialogue sessions with stakeholders, training bureaucrats and civil servants, involving parliamentarians and party leaders, and drafting memoranda and technical reports. Apart from being a professor in law, Choudhry is a publisher. For added reference, check on independent.academia.edu.
Sujit Choudhry has authored more than 90 articles, reports, book chapters, and working papers. Besides, Sujit is an executive committee member of several boards such as the editorial board of the Constitutional Court Review. As a result of his achievements, Sujit’s efforts have been recognized by institutions and countries. He received the Practitioner of the Year Award in 2011. Choudhry has continued to contribute in democracies, law, and constitutions all over the world. More to read on law.nyu.edu.
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