Rebuilding Justice Systems
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.
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.
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.
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.
May 9, 2013
From 15-24 January 2013, an eight-person team of experts from member organisations of the International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) conducted an intensive review of numerous justice sector institutions in Libya. This review also examined several crosscutting issues facing the justice sector in the aftermath of the 2011 revolt. The ILAC team found [...]
January 23, 2013
ILAC has carried out a needs assessment related to rule of law and the justice system in Libya. … [Read More...]
September 21, 2012
Since the conference Libya- Rule of Law Priorities in February 2012, ILAC has prepared for the … [Read More...]
Training of Tunisian Judges Starting April 2012, ILAC has received funding from the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) for the program "Training of Tunisian Judges". The primary objective of the program is that the tunisian judiciary will be infused with improved knowledge of the law … Read More...
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Justice for all
Rebuilding Justice Systems, based on the rule of law and the protection of human rights.
As a consortium with a broad membership base involved in technical legal assistance programs, the International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) hopes to contribute to a better coordination by providing objective assessments and recommendations accepted by both local and international actors.
ILAC is a non-profit organization headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and registered under Swedish Law.
ILAC is an umbrella organization for associations of legal and human rights experts. The membership is constantly growing.Today, ILAC has 47 member organizations representing over 3 million judges, prosecutors, lawyers and academics world wide.