Institutions must be developed by popular consensus which is inclusive of religion, culture and belief systems. At the same time in this globalized world international law, norms and practices also have to be a part of any institutional framework consensus. The first component identified has a lot of value because it allows indigenous concerns to come on board and at the same time allows for ownership of these institutional frameworks which than in some ways guarantees their sustainability. Perhaps a new construct is that in this fast changing world institutional frameworks should also be pragmatic and dynamic enough to respond to changing needs and requirements, thus preventing conflict.