Initiatives and Publications which are non-country specific.
Gender-based violence (GBV) against women and girls is a human rights violation. It is both a cause and consequence of gender inequality. GBV is globally prevalent, takes multiple forms and affects women throughout their life cycle, irrespective of income level or social status.
At IDLO, we firmly believe that the causes and effects of climate change – and the actions needed to address them – are rooted in issues of justice, equity and the rule of law.
L'IDLO – International Development Law Organization – est la seule organisation intergouvernementale mondiale consacrée exclusivement à la promotion de l'Etat de droit pour faire progresser la paix et le développement durable. L'IDLO cherche à habiliter les gouvernements et responsabiliser les populations à réformer les lois et renforcer les institutions afin de promouvoir la paix, la justice, le développement durable et les opportunités économiques.
This sub-project aimed to contribute to an enabling legal and policy environment promoting healthy diets and physical activity through social mobilization and awareness-raising.
Statement by the Director-General, Jan Beagle, at the Tashkent Law Spring
Colleagues and Friends,
Sound legal and policy frameworks are key enablers in ensuring effective prevention, detection, and response to Public Health Emergencies of International Concern and other public health risks. The International Health Regulations, developed in 2005, is a legally binding instrument requiring States to develop core capacities for rapid detection of and response to public health emergencies such as COVID-19.
In 2015, IDLO and Majority World launched an international photography exhibition about justice, the rule of law and sustainable development called 'In Focus: Justice and the Post-2015 Agenda'. Click here to visit the In Focus: Justice and the Post-2015 Agenda micro-site to read information about the exhibition, learn more about the photographers and view the images.