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   Project on Technical Assistance for the Rule of Law and fight against Crime component of the programme Developing national capability for security and stabilization in Lebanon - SSP

   ACRLI is implementing a Project entitled "Provision of Legal Assistance Services in Rusafa Justice Palace, Baghdad, Iraq" in partnership with Dar Al- khibra organization (Iraqi Independent NGO), financed by UNDP Iraq

   Project Towards Abolition of Discrimination Against Women (TADAWI)

   Project on Modernizing the operations and procedures of the Judicial review within the Ministry of Justice of Lebanon


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The Arab Center for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI) is an Arab regional, non-governmental and non-profit organization, founded in 2003 by a group of judges, specialists in rule of law, lawyers and academics from various Arab countries.


National Legal Information Network "NLIN"

Within the principle of access to legal information, ACRLI developed in partnership with Madamek (Computer, law studies and Research office) an advanced electronic legal network "National Legal Information Network (NLIN)".

The concept of this network was elaborated by Dr. Wassim Harb, the specialist at Legal information technology, aiming at organizing the publication and dissemination of legal information (laws, by-laws, decrees, decisions, circulars, courts judgments and advisory opinions, etc.) issued by the various national public authorities, whether are published or unpublished in the Official periodicals. NLIN forms an add-on e-government solution which is based on an intelligent and advanced automated program designed for an automated publication of legal information. 
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- Current Projects

ACRLI has launched the project “Enhancing Access to Justice: A Legal Aid Needs Assessment of the Criminal Justice System in Jordan” on 24/02/2016 at the Millennium Hotel in Jordan. This project will be implemented by ACRLI with the support of UNDP-Jordan.

The meeting was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Justice in Jordan and attended by 40 participants including the Secretary General of the Ministry of Justice, HE President of the Bar Association in Jordan, and the representative of the Jordanian judicial Council in addition to a large group of judges and lawyers. During the meeting, a presentation was held on the legal aid system specifically in Jordan, and in the Arab countries in general, including the international conventions, and principles relating to the legal aid system; as well as a general overview of the current project “Enhancing Access to Justice: A Legal Aid Needs Assessment of the Criminal Justice System in Jordan”.
 

 

A series of seminars organized by Notre Dame University - Louaize (NDU) and the Arab Center for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI) (April-May 2016)

Within the framework of their efforts to build a State of Law, the Arab Center for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame are organizing a series of seminars focusing on “Building the State in Lebanon: Dream or reality?”
This series includes six seminars:

1) The first seminar: The Problem of Statehood in Lebanon;
2) second seminar: Between The Sectarian and Civil System;
3) third seminar : The Phenomenon of Corruption and its Cultural, Social and Political Roots;
4) fourth seminar: the Role of Technology in the State-Building;
5) fifth seminar: the Judiciary's Role in building the Rule of Law;
6) sixth seminar: Decentralization between the Public and the Private Sector.


Project “NGOs are Stronger Together (NST)”
ACRLI is participating in the launching of the project “NGOs are Stronger Together” (NST), organized by MEPI Lebanon Alumni Association- LAA, with the support of the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) on March 24, 2016.

“NGOs are stronger together (NST)" is a civil society coalition that fosters stronger coordination, communication and collaboration between NGOs for the purpose of achieving results and bringing about reform.


Regional Conference on "Civil society organizations in the Arab world:
between the Current Reality and Future Vision"
ACRLI has participated in the Regional Conference organized by the "Arab Anti-Corruption Organization" in cooperation with the "Lebanese Council for the Freedom of Association" on "Civil society organizations in the Arab world: between the Current Reality and Future Vision " on 14-15 May 2015 in Beirut.

 

Seminar on "Rule of Law and Social Security"
The Arab Center for the development of the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI) is organizing a Seminar on "Rule of Law and Social Security", to be held on March 5, 2015 in Beirut, Badaro at ACRLI's premises. The seminar will address the impacts of the recent Arab Countries' crises on the Social Security, within the Rule of Law perspective.

Speakers: Dr. Issam Noaman, Dr. Fadel Daher and Dr. Abed Al-Hussien Shaaban.


Experts from the Arab Center for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity Meet a number of Iraqi officials
A delegation from the Arab Center for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI), composed of Dr. Wassim Harb, Dr. Abdul Hussein Shaaban and Mr. Roger Khoury.

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Jordan TV news on the regional conference of the bankruptcy reform initiative held by the Arab center
A regional conference on modernizing bankruptcy system was held in Amman on September 14, 2014 within the framework of "the Middle East regional bankruptcy reform initiative" project.

ACRLI held a seminar on the Rule of Law in the occasion of the Iraqi delegation visit to Lebanon, headed by the Chief of the Judicial Council in Kurdistan Region

The seminar has brought together a delegation from the judicial council of Kurdistan Region and a number of well known judges and lawyers from Lebanon.

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Investment Easy Exit... Best way to attract investors
Within the framework of the "Middle East Bankruptcy Reform Initiative" project, a new article was published on Al Qarar El Masry newspaper regarding the facilitation of investment exit. 

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Economist's call for the necessity of the legal differentiation between individual and project's insolvencies

Seminar on the modernization of bankruptcy law in Egypt

Me. Nelly Rihan's Interview with "yom jaded" program on modernizing bankruptcy system in Jordan
Within the framework of "The Middle East Bankruptcy Reform Initiative" project, the project manager, Me. Nelly Rihan and the project national coordinator, Mr. Asem Rawashdeh were interviewed by the Jordanian talk show "yom jaded".

Amendment of the bankruptcy system for easy market exit and for business environment enhancement
 

Within the framework of the "Middle East Bankruptcy Reform Initiative" project, a new announcement was published on Al Ahram newspaper regarding the regional conference that will be held in Amman. 

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Seminar on the modernization of bankruptcy law in Egypt
 

Within the framework of the "Middle East Bankruptcy Reform Initiative" project, a seminar was held at Manoufia University to discuss bankruptcy modernization. 

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  Bankruptcy reform initiative in Jordan
12 Jordanian Newspapers published about the "Middle Eastern bankruptcy Law reform initiative" project that is being implemented by the Arab Center in each of Egypt and Jordan with the support of the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI).

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National Workshop on Bankruptcy reform in Egypt

The Arab Centre for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI) presents his sincere congratulations to HE Me Reem Abou Hassan for her nomination as Minister of Social Development in Jordan, noting that she is the only women appointed in the new Jordanian government which includes 18 ministers.

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Sincere congratulations to HE Me Reem Abou Hassan for her nomination as Minister of Social Development in Jordan

The Arab Centre for the Development of the Rule of Law and Integrity (ACRLI) presents his sincere congratulations to HE Me Reem Abou Hassan for her nomination as Minister of Social Development in Jordan, noting that she is the only women appointed in the new Jordanian government which includes 18 ministers.

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Last Update 28 April 2016.

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