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In the News this week 
SDG partnerships: At the UN Development Cooperation Forum, officials reinforced the notion of multi-stakeholder partnerships to achieve the 2030 Agenda. UN News Centre
Ending corruption: After the deaths of two young men, thousands of Bosnians protested to demand justice and uncover alleged corruption linked to the situation. RFL
Land rights: Thai citizens and activists are demonstrating against evictions from farm land and forests and are demanding justice for the violation of their land rights. Reuters
Law, peace, security: Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative expresses support for the role of the law in keeping international order and peace after the UN Security Council debate. IPS
An Expert look
Women’s rights to land: Experts examine the benefits of strengthening women’s rights to land, including economic growth, and argue why global reforms should take place. CFR
Youth and the SDGs: A blog from UNDP’s Mexico office explores how engaging youth can be transformational in a country’s path toward achieving the SDGs. UNDP Mexico
Annual Report: HiiL’s 2017 Annual Report looks at existing and new challenges in the justice sector, and what innovations can be tapped into in the future. HiiL
Latest from IDLO
Kyrgyz Ministry of Education endorses mock court courses
Kyrgyzstan’s Ministry of Education has endorsed IDLO-supported mock court courses, expanding the pioneering curricula to law schools throughout the country. Read more
High-level Group on Justice for Women
IDLO, Pathfinders and UN Women will host a two-day workshop to mark the beginning of the High-level Group’s work in developing concrete recommendations on access to justice for women and girls. Read more
Access to justice through alternative dispute resolution
IDLO supported the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Stakeholders Forum in Kenya as part of its work with the judiciary to enhance alternative dispute resolution for improved sustainable development, economic growth and access to justice. Read more
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