Global Forum on Law Justice and Development
Generating Innovative Legal Solutions to Development Challenges

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December 1, 2016
Publications

We welcome comments on this draft, as well as interest in joining the Community of Practice on Compensatory Measures in International Government Procurement Contracts. Please reach out to Chantal Dagnaud at chantal.dagnaud@ecco-offset.eu for comments or expression of interest.

November 17, 2016
Events

The Fourth International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform will bring together legislative and legal professionals from around the world for a two day conference featuring leading authorities on Legislation and Law Reform. Attendees will have the opportunity to share ideas with a diverse array of legislative drafting and legal professionals. The World Bank's Washington DC conference facilities provide a perfect setting for the conference's lectures and social events.

This year's conference is being held in conjunction with the 12th Bi-annual Conference of the International Association of Legislaion.

November 1, 2016
Publications

This Compendium aims to provide an accessible reference for research on international, regional and national law relating to forced displacement. It is organized to present information about a significant number of international, regional and national legal instruments that affect the forcibly displaced persons. These legal instruments are organized by topic (international, regional and national).

November 1, 2016
Events
Although the Paris Agreement and Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) submissions are significant milestones, the challenge going forward will be turning the plans and goals set in NDCs into concrete actions. Countries are at different stages of planning for NDCs implementation and coherence with the domestic legal and policy frameworks will be critical to success or failure. This workshop aims to explore the legal aspects of NDCs, the challenges of their implementation and to present the case studies of the Brazilian and Mexican NDCs versus the policy and legal framework in their energy sectors.
October 31, 2016
Publications

The share of the global population that follows one of the world’s major faiths is estimated at 75.05 per cent or 5,479,200,000 individuals2 out of a total of 7.3 billion.3 The moral and ethical principles that these religions preach seem very close to the secular common principles adopted by the international community over the last hundred years in the framework of international institutions throught their legal instruments like treaties, agreements, resolutions and declarations. This overlap must be examined.

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