Rebuilding Justice Systems
Why ILAC?

Legal reform - social growth and development

Legal reform is central to promoting social growth and development.

In order for civil and commercial life to become sustainable following an armed conflict, it is necessary for the rule of law to prevail.

Assessing the Needs

Assessing the Needs

We never make an assessment mission uninvited.
ILAC provides an expert team from its member base to assess what is needed to begin rebuilding a workable justice system.

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Reviewing the needs

Reviewing the Needs

ILAC has a monitoring and supervisory role, where we have ongoing programmes and projects.
We also revisit countries where we have been before which haven't fully recovered from an earlier conflict.

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Meeting the Needs

Meeting the Needs

Once our assessment report and its list of proposed projects are adopted and distributed, ILAC’s member organisations sign up for the implementation of one or more of the projects, alone or in cooperation with other member organisations.

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“Fast and flexible Tunisian work”
- mid term Project Review shows “good grades”

ILACs project Training of Tunisian Judges has now reached out to 780 of the country’s 1800 judges. According to a midterm review made by Stockholm Policy Group the project is both effective and flexible, with a high degree of analysis and knowledge.

Ismaël Benkhalifa new in ILAC Tunisia office

Ismaël Benkhalifa is our newly appointed Administrative Manager at the ILAC office in Tunis. With a … [Read More...]

ILAC visited rule of law stakeholders in Myanmar

On 26 March to 3 April, ILAC visited Myanmar for meetings with different rule of law stakeholders. … [Read More...]

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