How Afghanistan started delivering in-house justice sector training
In its programs to build the capacity of Afghanistan’s justice sector, IDLO from early on emphasized the need for local ownership and adoption of professional training standards in order to ensure the long-term sustainability of training efforts. Where courses were previously almost exclusively delivered by international organizations and foreign-led programs, today professional training departments have been set up within the
country’s key justice institutions, which are responsible for assessing needs and delivering their own courses.
Roundtable Panel on GBV – The Hague: Drawing from results of the latest research as well as practice-informed lessons learned from justice programs around the world, IDLO is convening an expert panel to discuss strategies and approaches to prevent and respond to gender-based violence...Read more
East Africa Regional Forum – Nairobi: IDLO together with the Government of Kenya and the International Commission of Jurists will convene a prominent line-up of leading African lawyers and legal thought leaders for a landmark event in highlighting the role of alternative dispute resolution in achieving the 2030 Agenda... Read more
IDLO at CSW64 – New York: In an effort to highlight the importance of women’s empowerment and women’s rights within the context of justice and sustainable development, IDLO will actively contribute to the work of the Commission on the Status of Women by participating in the UN General Debate and co-organizing three events... Read more