The present proposal acknowledges the role played by offsets in international trade and aims to improve certain contextual elements of the environment in which they operate by enhancing trancparency, legal certainty and accountability.
We are pleased to invite proposals sessions to be held at the time of the Law, Justice and Development week, November 4-7, 2019
TRANSJUS COLLABORATES WITH THE OECD, THE WORLD BANK, PIMEC AND THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF BARCELONA TO PROMOTE JOINT PROJECTS IN THE FIELD OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GENDER EQUALITY
- The Human Centered Business Model Event last autumn in Paris, FRANCE, brought together civil society, international organizations, government and local and global leaders from business, to catalyze collective action and impact on the following question :
- Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies launch Community of Practice on Human Rights and DevelopmentThe Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies and the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development just launched the Community of Practice on Human Rights and Development, a new initiative which brings together academics, expert practitioners, policy-makers and other professionals:
- American University Washington College of Law Students Work with the World Bank on Law, Justice and Development Week 2014During the week of October 20, lawyers, government officials, scholars, financial institutions, and other leaders from around the globe will gather at the World Bank Headquarters in Washington, D.C. for Law, Justice, and Development Week (LJD Week). American University Washington College of Law students will play a key role in this year’s event, providing up-to-the-minute legal commentary and analysis for sessions throughout the week.
- The UIHJ and the Draft Global Code of Enforcement at the "Law Justice and Development" Week of the World BankEach year, the "Law, Justice and Development" (LJD) Week brings together staff of the World Bank Group, officials from other international financial institutions, international development practitioners, government officials, judicial officers, lawyers, judges, academics and representatives of the civil society. This international event organized by the Legal Services of the World Bank Group is of paramount importance for the evolution of justice and therefore our profession.
WASHINGTON, October 28, 2014 — Marking a further step in the cooperation between SICPA and International Organizations, Anne-Marie Leroy, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank Group, and Pierre Viaud, Senior Director, Public Affairs & Government Relation
The Executive Director of PADES has the pleasure to announce that PADES has joined the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development administered by the World Bank in Washington, DC.