The Asia Foundation Releases Rido Handbook in the Philippines
December 11, 2013
At a ceremony in Quezon City, Philippines, The Asia Foundation released a new handbook that informs police and peacekeepers about rido (family/clan conflicts). The book offers a toolkit on rido prevention and resolution, providing useful, real life case studies. “Preventing RIDO” is particularly timely as police officers in the region are expected to soon assume a greater role in law enforcement functions. Read more.
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