The rule of law is emerging as one of the most pressing issues of this century. It is a cornerstone of peace, security, justice and development.
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Le Mali continue à endurer les attaques de groupes armés qui créent dans le pays un climat de conflit et de volatilité.
Lenny N. Rosalin is the Deputy Minister for Child Growth and Development at the Indonesia’s Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection. Since she joined the Ministry in 2007, she worked on various portfolios including violence against women, ‘child-friendly cities’ and protection of women laborers. She is now in charge of child growth and development.
Over 30 paralegals from Kenya, South Sudan, Somalia and Uganda as well as various community justice experts convened to advocate for the critical role and contribution that paralegal support networks play in raising legal awareness and supporting access to justice for all, at a regional forum held in Nairobi from July 22-25, 2019.
La Organización Internacional de Derecho para el Desarrollo (IDLO) invita el público de San Pedro Sula a una exposición fotográfica que muestra el talento de un grupo de jóvenes del sector Rivera Hernández.
Cada obra revela historias de esperanza y retratos de personas que con su trabajo y actitud positiva están generando un cambio en la comunidad.
The Indonesian Attorney-General’s Office has identified differences between the Attorney-General’s Office, Ministry of Finance, National Planning and Development Agency, and State Audit Board on how to measure budget needs for case-handling in the Attorney-General’s Office. If the initial budget needs are not assessed correctly, that could lead to potential misjudgment of budget allocation, burn rate and expenditure, and budget performance of the Attorney-General’s Office.
In Indonesia, with its civil law system, many scholars believe that lecturers do not have any obligation to use case law or jurisprudence, including among judges. This causes stagnant development of the law both in practice and theory. Therefore, integrating case law into education will not only be beneficial to both student and lecturer, but also for the judges so they can employ better consideration when making their decisions or verdicts.
Judges in the Kyrgyz Republic are sharpening their media relations skills, thanks to a new training conducted by the Supreme Court.
Running from 24 – 25 July, 2019, the objective of the training was to increase the openness and transparency of the judicial system by strengthening the relationship between the judiciary and the press.
General Debate of the High-Level Political Forum
STATEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LAW ORGANIZATION
United Nations Headquarters, New York
Delivered by Mr. Patrizio Civili, Permanent Observer, IDLO