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


Access to Justice

Although Mongolia has improved its human rights record, domestic violence remains prevalent in the country. Mechanisms and services for protection of and support to victims are still very limited. A lack of training, procedural guidelines and inter-agency coordination between justice sector actors often creates obstacles for victims and hinders an efficient response to domestic abuse.

IDLO is working in Mongolia to improve conditions for women’s safety across the country and strengthen the response to domestic violence by improving mechanisms and strengthening coordination between key justice sector stakeholders.


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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