International Development Law Organization

Highlights

20 May, 2019

Strong rule of law institutions are crucial for preventing conflicts and building peace. Effectively promoting the rule of law requires sustained and context-sensitive engagement, quick wins, grassroots partnerships and empowered citizens. Such work needs to involve informal justice mechanisms, combat violence against women and stay engaged during all phases of conflict.

20 May, 2019

On a rainy Sunday morning in Geneva, IDLO’s Director-General Irene Khan and Dr.

2 May, 2019

IDLO is seeking a new inspirational leader with vision, strategic thinking and global experience to direct the Organization beginning in 2020 as the final term of the current Director-General draws to a close.

2 May, 2019

A report outlining major milestones achieved by the judiciary as a result of initiatives and reforms was released in Kenya.

1 May, 2019

Women and girls in Myanmar face many barriers when trying to access justice for sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). Chief among these are the pervasive negative attitudes which seek to justify and allow SGBV within families and communities. In addition, SGBV survivors are often stigmatized and blamed for the violence  preventing them from effectively pursuing legal remedies.

29 April, 2019

Prosecutors, judges and investigators in Somalia are undergoing specialized training to handle cases on complex crimes with the support of IDLO.

Somalia is striving to strengthen its institutions and to improve the rule of law, however high levels of crime persist. These include forms of complex crimes, namely extremist violence and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). 

9 April, 2019

“There is no silver bullet in our work, but there is a silver thread: this thread must be the voices of women and girls,”

3 April, 2019

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Honduras is shifting the national dialogue on restorative justice by moving the penitentiary criminal system away from a retributive approach and towards a human rights-based perspective.

14 March, 2019

“From women held without fair trial, to women toiling in their homes, in factories, in the fields, the gap between what women demand and need and what they receive is enormous,” remarked Ms.

13 March, 2019

Women’s participation in the justice sector as a human right and crucial factor needed to achieve better justice for women was reaffirmed during the 63rd session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York. 

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