The country's democratic transition has underscored the need to cement the rule of law as a fundamental principle


Access to Justice

Violence and gang crime continue to make Honduras one of world’s most dangerous countries, causing widespread inequality and poverty which in turn entail a risk of migration and human trafficking. Much of the violence is domestic or intra-familial in nature. In this insecure environment, many citizens, especially women and children, struggle to access justice and legal refuge.

To protect these populations, IDLO is working to increase the provision of legal support services for women, children and other vulnerable populations, develop the capacity of justice professionals, enhance legal awareness in the communities and support re-integration for prisoners.


Building greater trust in Myanmar’s justice system with four community Rule of Law Centres:

IDLO and UNDP implement Rule of Law Centres in Myanmar

The centre's impact in the communities they serve



Working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

While constantly working towards the realization of the United Nations' 2030 Agenda, IDLO's Myanmar programs advance SDG 16 and contribute to the achievement of other goals.    [ Learn more ] 

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