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Africa Initiative

The International Development Law Organization’s (IDLO) Africa Initiative is a platform for cooperation across the continent to support the strengthening of legal institutions and access to justice. By engaging key stakeholders, including African leaders; policymakers, practitioners and experts, IDLO will establish strategic partnerships for the advancement of sustainable development on the continent through the promotion of the rule of law.  
 

Picture info: First Day of Voting in Southern Sudan Referendum. ©UN Photo/Tim McKulka

 
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Africa's Sustainable Development

 

With the launch of the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063, the continent reached consensus on the rule of law being fundamental to the achievement of sustainable development.

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IDLO Africa Conference

Together with the Government of Tanzania, IDLO organized a conference titled “Achieving the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063: The Rule of Law as a Driver of Africa’s Sustainable Development” held on June 1-2 in Dar es Salaam. The participants called for action in several areas, which will be brought forward through the Africa Initiative.  

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Picture info: Hon. Dr. Augustine P. Mahiga, Foreign Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tanzania and
Irene Khan,
Director General of the International Development Law Organization. © IDLO/Craft Studios

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IDLO in Africa

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