Sujit Choudhry, the founding executive of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, recently had an interview with CEOCFO where he gave an insight to people on the idea of Center of Constitutional Transitions. The Center for Constitution tries to bring about knowledge by supporting constitution building by making international experts to develop policies that have evidence so that it can be used in agenda-setting research and decision making. So far, they have partnered with multilateral organizations and global networks, NGOs as well as think-tanks. They have worked with over 25 countries and more than fifty experts.
Sujit’s experience in writing the Constitution and being an adviser of the constitution is what made him come up with the company, The Center for Constitution Transition. This organization is meant to solve the issue of lack of research in offering constitution advice.
Sujit Choudhry is a scholar of comparative constitution law. His view on the interpretation of the law is that Americans need to learn from the successes and failures of other countries. He has been successful constitution adviser because of listening to people from the grassroots. For update on his timeline activities, hit crunchbase.com
Sujit is celebrated for the fact that he managed to bring experts, scholars, and leading practitioners from all over the world so that they can create knowledge networks across the world. He still plans to bring reforms in the constitution through his organization by collaborating with International Institute for Democracy in working on a research project and Security Sector Oversight by launching a knowledge product called “Protecting Democratic Consolidation and Authoritarian Backsliding and Partisan Abuse.” Related article on indiawest.com
Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized expert in constitution law and politics. He is a professor at the Law University of California. He also serves Center for Constitution Transition as a director. Mr. Choudhry previously worked with New York University as a professor of law and served the University of Toronto as the Scholl Chair. More on fundacity.com.
Also, Sujit has been involved in researching on constitutional design to be used as a tool for solving violent conflict caused by politics, coming up with the design in solving ethnically divided society. He has also written widely about the constitution law of Canada, all these he does with the aim of solving social issues through constitution reforms. Extensive reading about Sujit on en.wikipedia.org.
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