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World Justice Forum VI

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Registration for World Justice Forum VI is now open and will take place on April 29-May 2, 2019 in The Hague, The Netherlands. The theme is "Realizing Justice for All" and its goal is to highlight findings on the relationship between justice and sustainable development, showcase successful solutions that deliver justice and strengthen the rule of law, foster multi-sectoral collaboration and mobilize commitments to increase access to justice. Outcomes from the forum are intended to feed into the UN High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development Goal 16 that will take place in July and the UN Summit that will take place in September.
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Anti-Corruption Brazil

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The ACI is hosting its annual summit on anti-corruption efforts in Brazil, bringing together a variety of experts in related fields together to discuss the advances and possible outcomes of recent changes both within the nation and around the world. This conference will be held in São Paulo on May 22-23, 2019, with registration prices increasing after March 15, 2019.
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World Bank Law, Justice and Development Week 2019

November 4-7, 2019
Registration is open for the World Bank's Law, Justice and Development Week, which will take place on November 4-7, 2019. This year's focus is "Rights, Technology and Development." The deadline for early registration is August 31; visit the event webpage for registration information.
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Stanford CDDRL Draper Hills Summer Fellowship Program

December 10, 2019
The Draper Hills Summer Fellowship Program on Democracy and Development, hosted by Stanford University's Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law, is a three-week academic training program intended to allow non-academic practitioners from diverse fields the opportunity to collaborate, exchange knowledge, and receive training. The program will offer academic seminars in the theories and practice of democracy, development, and rule of law that will allow participants to examine new institutional models and educate them on how to promote democratic change. The application deadline for the Summer 2020 program is December 10th, 2019.

Featured Solicitations

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Justice Access for Victims and the Accused – Mexico

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USAID is seeking proposals for a program that aims to improve the ability of state-level justice sector institutions to ensure due process for the accused, deliver services to victims, and to support roles for civil society to improve these services. The award will range from $4-$9.99 million. Eligible recipients are limited to local non-profit and for-profit organizations in Mexico. The deadline is May 22.
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Countering Wildlife Tracking in Sub-Saharan Africa

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INL is seeking applicants for programs in support of the END Act and the fight against wildlife tracking. Funding objectives  include targeting key source, destination, and transit locations throughout Sub-Saharan Africa by providing training, technical assistance, equipment, and increased coordination in an effort to reduce wildlife trafficking. Awards will range from $500,000 - $2 million. Eligible recipients include U.S. based and foreign non-profits, NGOs, and educational institutions. The deadline for applications is June 10.
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Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law Annual Conference – Call for Session Proposals

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The Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law is now accepting session proposals for its 2019 annual conference, "Bridging the Gap: Rhetoric and Practice in Security and the Rule of Law." Proposals are due by June 14, and the conference will take place on October 10, in The Hague, Netherlands. Proposals for a variety of session formats are welcome.
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Public Affairs Office Grants Program – Montenegro

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The U.S. Mission to Montenegro is seeking applicants for projects addressing a wide variety of topics including civil justice reform; women's advocacy and empowerment; youth empowerment through education; community engagement; and social entrepreneurship. Awards will range from $5,000-$10,000. Eligible recipients include Montenegro-based NGOs, U.S. Alumni, and other organizations that have demonstrated trustworthiness. The deadline to apply is May 24.