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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Simon, a farmer in Eastern Uganda, showed up at his local police station in Gomba District in October 2017. He needed to report a case of defilement on behalf of his daughter.
Representatives from a range of judicial institutions convened in Sofia for a regional event aimed at improving the investment climate in the Western Balkans by increasing the uniformity of judicial practice in tax related cases.
For over 15 years, IDLO has been assisting the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan develop accessible, accountable, effective and efficient justice sector institutions. While significant progress has been made, many challenges remain, frequently perceived to be rooted in the ongoing conflict, the impact of insecurity and the public’s fear for their safety. There is a strong need to address the concerns and goals of the justice sector and find innovative solutions and methods to strengthen its resilience.
Students and scholars from 30 countries convened in Igalo, a coastal village in Montenegro to study, discuss and exchange on the rule of law at the European Union and Legal Reform (EULR) Summer School in July 2019.
When asked if corruption is one of the major challenges facing Ukraine today, the answer is unanimous among the three judges interviewed against the backdrop of the newly established High Anti-Corruption Court (HACC), which is set to be operational in early September.
By Margarita Meldon, Regional Program Manager for Central Asia, Filippo Ghersini, Program Coordinator for Commercial and Economic Law and David Tanenbaum, Commercial and Economic Law Advisor
IDLO and Tunisia’s Ministry of Development, Investment and International Cooperation (MDICI) have signed a new cooperation agreement to strengthen the country’s capacity to negotiate and implement international investment treaties.
Tunisia has achieved considerable economic progress in recent years despite regional challenges affecting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows. Because FDI is so critical to the economic growth necessary to underpin economic growth and stability, Tunisia recognizes the need to attract and retain more FDI, building on the investments already made in the country. With the guidance and support of the Ministry of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, Tunisia has engaged with IDLO to strengthen Tunisia's institutional capacity in relation to interna
Le Mali continue à endurer les attaques de groupes armés qui créent dans le pays un climat de conflit et de volatilité.