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Indigenous Rights in Canada and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

June 14, 2017
The Permanent Mission of Canada to the Organization of American States (OAS) hosts a panel discussion on truth telling, healing, and reconciliation with indigenous populations. The 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission identified cultural harms fostered by over a century of abuse at Indian Residential Schools. This event hopes to foster a national dialogue on reconciliation.
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The Rule of Law for Citizenship Education: International Law and Human Rights

June 28, 2017
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law will host an event introducing the Key Stage 4 (KS4) Citizenship curriculum. A panel of campaigners, lawyers, and citizenship specialists will discuss issues within the policy environment. This event aims to help instructors feel more confident in teaching rule of law and human rights education.
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World Justice Forum V

July 10-13, 2017
The World Justice Project will host a forum on rule of law in The Hague, Netherlands. This event will feature speakers, topical sessions, working panels, and participant led discussions. The World Justice Forum V will aid in the exchange of insights, exploration of strategies, and development of solutions for strengthening the rule of law.
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Law, Justice and Development Week 2017

November 6-10, 2017
The World Bank's Law, Justice and Development Week 2017 will bring together development officials to focus on the overarching theme of "Gender, Law and Development." This week will address how the rule of law and justice can serve as an enabler for full and equal participation of men and women to development objectives.

Featured Solicitations

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Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka

June 12, 2017
The US Department of State, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs seeks proposals that bolster and enhance formal transitional justice processes in Sri Lanka. This effort includes training key personnel to transitional justice processes including prosecutors, lawyers, and judges, up to $1,200,000.
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Support to the Liberian Justice Sector

July 10, 2017
INL seeks to establish a cooperative agreement to improve court administrative and procedural practices in Liberia. This project aims to improve skills and knowledge of Judicial personnel, such as court clerks, public defenders, jury management officers, and bailiffs, to deliver effective due process in line with the Liberian constitution, up to $2,500,000.
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Justice Academy Anti-Corruption and Human Rights Curriculum Development

July 17, 2017
INL seeks a partner organization to support the Armenian Justice Academy. The aim of this grant is to develop anti-corruption curriculum and content for the continuing education of prosecutors, judges, and investigators, up to $220,000.
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Advancing Justice Reform in Argentina

July 31, 2017
INL seeks justice reform proposals from Argentine civil society organizations and non-governmental organizations,up to $200,000.