International Development Law Organization

Argentina

Once one of the world's wealthiest nations, Argentina has experienced recurring economic crises in recent decades. Inequality, which peaked in the 1990s, has nevertheless been receding. Argentina is a relatively youthful country: the 15 to 24 age group makes up almost one quarter of the population. To improve their access to the labor market, the government has launched several educational and training initiatives.

Since 2013, IDLO has been helping empower Argentine youths from underprivileged backgrounds.

Vídeo de IDLO llega a barrios vulnerables de Buenos Aires

El sábado 4 de octubre de 2014, los jóvenes que colaboran con los Centros de Acceso a la Justicia de Buenos Aires capital, presentarán en el Barrio Carlos Mugica (Villa 31), el vídeo titulado “No te cuelgues”, producido en el marco de un proyecto de acceso al derecho ejecutado por IDLO en colaboración con el Ministerio de Justicia argentino y financiado por la Unión Europea a través del Program

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Key Initiatives

  • IDLO has been working with victims of gender violence and disadvantaged young people through the EU’s EUROsociAL program. Backed by Argentina’s Ministry of Justice, the initiative is aimed at raising awareness about women’s rights and increasing legal assistance. Youth access to education is also being promoted through the project, which is being co-ordinated by France Expertise Internationale (FEI).

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