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Las oportunidades y desafíos para la transición de México a una economía verde que beneficie a las comunidades más vulnerables e impactadas por el cambio climático, fueron el objeto de la"Conferencia de Preparación Jurídica para el Cambio Climático...
New York, 27 September – In a meeting with the Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Prof. Mohammed Yunus, IDLO Director-General, Ms. Irene Khan pledged her support to an international initiative to end the exploitation of workers in the garment sector. Ms...
Las mujeres víctimas de violencia en el Cantón fronterizo de Upala, Costa Rica, podrán contar con una importante herramienta de acceso a la justicia gracias a la firma, el 20 de setiembre, de una carta de entendimiento para la aplicación del “Modelo...
New York, September 24 - IDLO Director-General Irene Khan joined world leaders in New York on the occasion of the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Beginning today and continuing through October 1st, the General Debate will...
STAND-ALONE HIGH-LEVEL INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE ON ASSISTANCE TO SOMALIA IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN RIGHTS UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ITEM 10: TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND CAPACITY-BUILDING Geneva Delivered by John Burley, Chargé d’affaires Check against...
Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has spoken of his appreciation of IDLO’s record in his country – by his own admission, “not an easy place to work in”. His comments came during a meeting in Rome with IDLO Director-General Irene Khan, on Sept....
Efforts to curb corruption appear to be gaining crucial momentum in Kyrgyzstan, as a bill on conflict of interest gathers cross-sector support. The bill, drafted with technical help from the USAID-IDLO Kyrgyzstan Judicial Strengthening Program, is...
One of the most vital components of IDLO’s judicial training program in Afghanistan is well underway, with dozens of legal professionals -- 12 percent of them female – receiving intensive training in the fight against money-laundering. Attendees...
As the United Nations celebrates World Humanitarian Day 2013, IDLO continues to harness the power of law in the service of post-disaster reconstruction. Earlier this year, speaking to the UN Humanitarian Coordinators in Geneva, IDLO Director-...
The United Nations celebrates the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People today, highlighting what are some of the world’s most marginalized and vulnerable groups. Latin America is home to tens of millions of indigenous people....
El Ministerio de Justicia de Chile con apoyo del Programa EUROSOCIAL II, a través de la asistencia técnica de International Development Law Organization – IDLO, se encuentra ejecutando un proyecto que tiene por objeto promover el acceso al Derecho...
Iniciativa en Chile para combatir la trata de personas Se realiza taller de capacitación sobre trata de personas en el marco de EUROsociAL II Santiago de Chile, Chile – Durante los días 6 y 7 de agosto, se desarrolló en la Ciudad de Santiago un...
The law is an essential tool for advancing women’s and girls’ rights and equality. A robust and effective legal system based on the rule of law is central to assisting women to become equal partners in decision-making and development. Over the last couple of decades, the international community has invested substantially in programs aimed at strengthening the rule of law in developing countries. Despite this investment, the rule of law continues to mean very little for the vast majority of...
The US State Department has strongly defended IDLO’s record in Afghanistan. The comments came in response to allegations by the monitoring agency, SIGAR, that more than $47 million in funds allocated to IDLO for judicial training in Afghanistan...

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