International Development Law Organization


10 November, 2016

NOTA DE PRENSA - SAN PEDRO SULA, 3 de noviembre de 2016 - La Organización Internacional de Derecho para el Desarrollo (IDLO por sus siglas en inglés) presentó los avances y primeros resultados de la cooperación técnica brindada a la Municipalidad de la San Pedro Sula en el marco del Programa de Reducción de Homicidios y Violencia a través del Acceso a la Justicia en Honduras (RHAJ).

8 November, 2016

Freedom of religion should not be considered a zero sum game, where religious rights stand in opposition to other human rights and one person’s win is another person’s loss, according to a new report on the right to freedom of religion and the law published by the International Development Law Organization (IDLO).

1 November, 2016

IDLO invites you to view and download our Annual Report, which takes you on a deeper journey of our work across the globe in 2016.

20 October, 2016

‘Policies, laws and fair justice systems play a crucial role in making sure that women have equal access to land and productive resources,’ Ilaria Bottigliero, IDLO Director of Research & Learning, told participants during a panel discussion on the topic of ‘Land, gender and food securit

17 October, 2016

IDLO Director-General to visit Myanmar

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11 October, 2016


11 October, 2016

IDLO has handed over ‘popular versions’ of the Kenya Mining and Minerals Policy to the Kenyan government during the opening session of the first Kenyan Mining Forum.

The mining sector is seen as having the potential to contribute significantly to Kenya’s economic development.

7 October, 2016
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5 October, 2016

Allowing ex-convicts to reintegrate into society as productive citizens can significantly contribute to curbing violence by preventing the reoccurrence of crime.

Miriam Defensor Santiago
30 September, 2016

IDLO is saddened to learn of the passing of Miriam Defensor Santiago, former Senator of the Philippines and esteemed member of our International Advisory Council.

Ms. Santiago died on September 29 following a long battle with lung cancer; she was a major figure in Filipino politics and the first Filipino to be elected to the International Criminal Court.