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Judiciary: All Countries (Type: Organizations and Conferences)

Egypt - Maat for Judicial and Constitutional Studies [English][Arabic].
Maat for Juridicial and Constitutional Studies aims to raise legal awareness, develop young Egyptian lawyers capacities and encourage the latter to participate in public life, as well as develop and enhance relevant laws.
 
Iraq - Iraq Body Count [English].
A non-profit organization reporting civilian deaths resulting from the war against Iraq in 2003.
 
Lebanon - Foundation for Human and Humanitarian Rights in Lebanon  [English].
The Foundation for Human and Human Rights Lebanon (FHHRL) is a centre devoted to propagate human rights and democracy. Its basic aims are to promote awareness of the rights of the human being in Lebanon and the Middle East. It also identifies cases of human rights violations, examines laws, and assesses their conformity to normative standards of human rights. 
 
Tunisia - Tunisian Bar Association [English][French].
 
Arab Countries - Arab Judicial Forum - First [English].
The Kingdom of Bahrain, in cooperation with the United States, hosted the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative, hosted first Arab Judicial Forum was In September 2003, The Forum focused on four themes: Judicial Selection, Ethics and Training, Judicial Role in Human Rights, Efficiency of Procedural Systems, and Transnational Judicial and Legal Cooperation.
 
Arab Countries - Arab Lawyers' Union [Arabic].
The Union aims to help develop the legal profession in the Arab countries and to work for the independence of the judiciary power.
 
Arab Countries - Conference on Judicial Administration Modernization in the Arab States [English].
The conference was convened by the Ministry of Justice in Morocco, the United Nations Development Programme-Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (POGAR), and the World Bank's Legal Vice Presidency. The International Development Law Institute (IDLI) also provide support in the organization and planning of the event, held in Marrakech, Morocco March 15-17, 2002.
 
International - American Bar Association [English].
The ABA provides law school accreditation, continuing legal education, information about the law, programs to assist lawyers and judges in their work, and initiatives to improve the legal system for the public.
 
International - Arab Coalition for the International Criminal Court [Arabic].
This is a coalition of Arab non-governmental organizations working to support the International Criminal Court and enhance its position.
 
International - Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice [English].
The CIAJ is a volontary, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of justice for all canadians.
 
International - Coalition for the International Criminal Court [English][French].
The coalition is a network of over 2,000 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) advocating for a fair, effective and independent International Criminal Court (ICC).
 
International - Council on Governmental Ethics Laws [English].
The Council on Governmental Ethics Laws (COGEL) is a professional organization for government agencies, organizations, and individuals with responsibilities or interests in governmental ethics, elections, campaign finance, lobby laws and freedom of information.
 
International - Eurojustice Network of European Prosecutors General [English].
The Network aims to strengthen mutual understanding between prosecution services in the European Union.
 
International - International Association of Prosecutors [English].
The IAP is a non-governmental and non-political organisation, that aims to promote greater international co-operation between prosecutors.
 
International - International Bar Association [English].
The IBA is the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. It aims to influence the development of international law reform and shape the future of the legal profession.
 
International - International Center for Not-for-Profit Law [English].
ICNL is an international organization that facilitates and supports the development of civil society and the freedom of association. Its purpose is to assist the creation and improvement of laws and regulatory systems that permit, encourage, and regulate voluntary, independent, not-for-profit organizations ("NPOs") in countries around the world. ICNL has assisted in the development of new laws governing NPOs in West Bank /Gaza and Yemen under a contract with the World Bank, and in Egypt, under a contract with USAID. Recent activities have included helping the Arab Network of NPOs (Shabaka) with its regional study of NPO legislation and the development of a model law for the region as well as discussion with local professionals of law drafts in Jordan, Egypt, and Morocco.
 
International - International Commission of Jurists [English].
The ICJ is dedicated to the primacy, coherence and implementation of international law and principles that advance human rights.
 
International - International Development Law Institute [English][French].
The International Development Law Organization (IDLO) is an inter-governmental development organization, which aims to promote sustainable development through improvement and maintenance of the legal and judicial systems of the developing countries and countries in economic transition.
 
International - International Law Association [English].
The ILA focuses on the study, clarification and development of both public and private international law
 
International - International Legal Assistance Consortium [English].
This is a world wide consortium of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that provide technical legal assistance to post-conflict countries. This International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) of more than 40 member organizations represents over 3 million judges, prosecutors, lawyers and academics.
 
International - International ProBono [English].
The site serves as an online virtual community, helping to increase and encourage information sharing amongst the growing number of legal professionals at all levels who are engaged in innovative pro bono initiatives, regardless of the scope of their projects.
 
International - Judicial Education in a World of Challenge and Change [French].
The 2nd International Conference on the Training of the Judiciary organized by the National Judicial Institute in Canada held in Ottawa, Ontario, October 31 - November 5, 2004.
 
International - Judicial Educators Network [English].
The Network provides a forum for sharing international judicial experiences.
 
International - Judicial Studies Board [English].
The JSB is directly responsible for training judges in England and Wales, and for overseeing the training of Lay magistrates and chairmen and members of Tribunals.
 
International - Lawyers Without Borders [English][French].
ASF is a non-governmental organization acting in the field of law and justice. It works to promote, to strengthen, and to protect civil, political, social and cultural human rights of individuals and people.
 
International - National Association of State Judicial Educators [English].
NASJE is a non-profit organization, founded in 1975, that strives to improve the justice system through judicial branch education. NASJE is a leader in defining the practice of judicial branch education and in gathering and sharing resources among educators.
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Yemen - High Authority forTender Control [English][Arabic]
 
Qatar - National Committee for Integrity and Transparency
 
Morocco - Ministry for Public Sector Modernization [English][Arabic]