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Event Date:
7 July, 2022
Justice for Survivors of Gender-based Violence in Complex Situations: Delivering on the 2030 Agenda for Women and Girls WEBINAR | 7 July 2022 | 13:30 – 15:00 Rome | 7:30 – 9:00 New York Side event organized by the International Development...
Remarks delivered by the International Development Law Organization’s (IDLO) Permanent Observer to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva July 1, 2022 Geneva, Switzerland   Thank you, Mr. President. As...
In 2021, the impact of the pandemic continued to be devastating, deepening inequalities, exacerbating fragilities and exposing major trust deficits in governance. Conflict, humanitarian and geopolitical crises, increasingly severe weather events, and a global economic downturn affected more people than ever before, with women and girls bearing the brunt of their impact. Against this grim backdrop, the importance of the rule of law to peace and sustainable development was never more evident...
Delivered by Mark Cassayre, Permanent Observer to the United Nations in Geneva, IDLO 50th session of the Human Rights Council Annual full-day discussion on the human rights of women Panel 1: Exploring the nexus between climate change...
Event Date:
21 April, 2022
  People-centred governance in a post-pandemic world   The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the International Development Law Organization, and the Government of Italy are...
Event Date:
30 May, 2022
May 30 - June 3, 2022  | The Hague, Netherlands & Online The premier international event for the rule of law As the only global intergovernmental organization exclusively devoted to promoting the rule of law to advance...
The rule of law is vital to the response to noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). This Toolkit offers tools and resources that provide guidance on how the law can be used to curb NCDs and, potentially, to address other global health challenges. It aims to support the integration of legal approaches in the teaching of public health challenges through an interdisciplinary approach grounded in international human rights law. It addresses NCDs and regulatory and fiscal responses in three countries in...
Event Date:
3 June, 2022
Friday, 3 June 2022 (15:15 – 16:30) – Room 4, Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm, Sweden Hybrid Event Side event organised by the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) with the support of the Swedish International Development...
Remarks at the Human Rights Council Special Session on the Situation in Ukraine by Mark Cassayre, the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) Permanent Observer to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva May...
SDG 16 Conference People-centred Governance In A Post-pandemic World   Closing Remarks 23 April 2022   Ambassador Cassese, Assistant-Secretary General Spatolisano, Colleagues and Friends, It is a...
SDG 16 Conference People-centred Governance In A Post-pandemic World   Opening Remarks 21 April 2022   Vice Minister Sereni, Under-Secretary General Liu, Assistant Secretary General Spatolisano, Excellencies...
Statement by the Director-General, Ms Jan Beagle Report of the Chair of the Third Session of the Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of law Human Rights Council 24 March 2022 Geneva   Mr. President, Distinguished...
Women and girls have the right to effectively participate in and lead efforts to achieve climate justice. An explicitly feminist approach to climate change, based on the rule of law, is needed to ensure women’s inclusion in decision-making processes related to climate governance, equal access to justice, resolution of conflict over natural resources, and the enactment of inclusive and effective climate laws and policies. IDLO’s Policy Brief Climate Justice for Women and Girls: A Rule of Law...

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