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The Hague, February 4, 2019 – “Access to justice will remain elusive for many people unless there is meaningful engagement with customary and informal justice systems,” remarked Dr. Ilaria Bottigliero, IDLO’s Director for Policy, Research and...
In a bid to make justice accessible for all, IDLO has launched a series of Consultations on customary and informal justice systems. The global dialogue is informed by a series of publications titled “Navigating Complex Pathways to Justice: Engagement with Customary and Informal Justice Systems” that seeks to advance policy dialogue and distil lessons from programming and research, to help realize Sustainable Development Goal 16. This Practitioner Brief offers a set...
In a bid to make justice accessible for all, IDLO has launched a series of Consultations on customary and informal justice systems. The global dialogue is informed by a series of publications titled “Navigating Complex Pathways to Justice: Engagement with Customary and Informal Justice Systems” that seeks to advance policy dialogue and distil lessons from programming and research, to help realize Sustainable Development Goal 16. This Policy and Issue Brief presents...
Over 100 deans from law faculties across Indonesia convened in Jakarta to promote case law in legal education and enhance legal certainty for citizens in the country. Held under the IDLO-managed Indonesia-Netherlands Rule of Law Fund Program on...
In what was once a distant connection, journalists and members of the judiciary in Kyrgyzstan are strengthening ties under IDLO’s project funded by USAID aiming to build public trust. The judiciary in Kyrgyzstan has often been reluctant to engage...
Event Date:
14 January, 2019
Navigating complex pathways towards justice for all On the eve of the Task Force on Justice Partner Forum, we cordially invite you to participate in the launch event and actively contribute to the dialogue on the engagement between...
Held annually on the occasion of the organization’s Assembly of Parties, IDLO’s highest decision-making governance body, the Partnership Forum took place from November 20 – 21 in Rome to inspire and stimulate dialogue between key actors around the...
This Lessons Learned Brief explores the power of electronic justice (“e-justice”) to enhance judicial independence and integrity and access to justice, contributing to broader rule of law goals, including Sustainable Development Goal 16 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Drawing on IDLO’s experience in Kyrgyzstan and international literature and practice, the Brief considers the challenges and successes of IDLO’s e-justice programming within the broader international context of e-...
Over 50 women judges, representing chapters of the International Association of Women Judges across the African continent, convened to discuss the critical role and contribution women justice professionals play in adjudicating cases of gender-based...
Fighting corruption is a global concern because corruption is found in both rich and poor countries, and evidence shows that it hurts poor people disproportionately. It contributes to instability, poverty and is a dominant factor driving fragile...
IDLO, in partnership with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), launched a new program in Bulgaria that aims to improve the investment climate in the country through judicial training. The program employs a tailor-made...
After breakfast every day Shabnum* sews chappan, a traditional coat worn by men and women in Afghanistan. In the afternoon, she embellishes the chappans with intricate needlework patterns to sell to interested buyers in Kabul. Tailoring and...

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