An IDPP delegation will be attending and providing accessible virtual participation for three of the Spring Meetings of the World Bank’s Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD) from 17–19 April 2013 at World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC.
- At the invitation of the World Bank, Université de Montréal’s Cyberjustice Laboratory will co-lead a Community of Practice on alternative dispute resolution, with a special focus on computerization, networking and implementation in developing countries. “Establishing a network of mediation centres in countries where state justice systems are no longer able to fulfill their mission would be an example of alternative dispute resolution,” explained Valentin Callipel, Project Manager at the Cyberjustice Laboratory. “Think of a post-conflict situation such as that of Afghanistan, a country where the government's influence hardly extends beyond Kabul.” Under the auspices of the World Bank’s Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development, the Community will consist of several international centres of excellence from North and South countries and will focus on implementing concrete projects in developing countries.
- QU recently became a founding intellectual partner of the new World Bank Global Forum for Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD). QU President Prof Sheikha Abdulla Al-Misnad formally signed the Joint Declaration and Statement of Commitment during the GFLJD legal week held at the Bank’s HQ in Washington on December 9-14, placing the university as the first Arab academic institution to join the Forum.
- AIDA is shifting into a higher gear. First, the Association has joined two separate initiatives, i.e., the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD), hosted and led by the World Bank, and Madre Acqua, hosted and led by the NGO by that same name. In both, AIDA sits as a partner, alongside IGOs and other NGOs. You will find the details in this issue of Aquaforum.
In October 2012, Graduate School of Global Studies of Doshisha University decided to participate in Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD) launched by World Bank. GFLJD is a global network among World Bank and educational and research institutions, consisting of over 120 partners.
The University is a partner institution of the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD), a knowledge exchange system providing legal solutions to development challenges around the world.
The Centre became a partner of the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD). Launched in 2011, the GFLJD is a World Bank initiative aimed at connecting spheres of legal research on development throughout the world .
BBI's global reach has been increasing exponentially through strong collaborative relationships with organizations such as the World BankThe Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University and campus partners are engaging in an unprecedented new collaboration with the World Bank to establish