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International Development Law Organization

Rome, Italy
Joined May 2012


Presence in: Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Burundi, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Mexico, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Ukraine, Yemen, Zambia

IDLO is an intergovernmental organization that promotes legal, regulatory and institutional reform to advance economic and social development in transitional and developing countries. Founded in 1983 and one of the leaders in rule of law assistance, IDLO’s comprehensive approach achieves enduring results by mobilizing stakeholders at all levels of society to drive institutional change.

People Associated With This Organization

CH Seng Myaw

Myanmar  
International Development Law... (Unverified)
Joined August 2018
Interests: Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Women's Rights
CH Seng Myaw is a Higher-Grade Pleader based in Yangon supporting both the Rule of law centers and International Development Law Organization( IDLO) as a field program legal officer (Myanmar). As the legal Officer of IDLO, Ms. Seng Myaw liaises and facilitates contact between the Union Attorney General Office and other relevant rule of law institutions and provides technical legal advice/assistance to the IDLO Myanmar Office and its associated programs. Ms. Seng Myaw has also been instrumental in supporting the launch and start-up of IDLO’s Women’s Access to Justice Project. Ms. Seng Myaw’s experience includes legal research, legal translations, training and facilitation.

Christina Dilbone

United States  
International Development Law... (Unverified)
Joined October 2017
Interests: Corruption, Gender-based violence, Governance, Peace-building, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights
I obtained my bachelor’s degree in Sociology, a minor in International Development and Humanitarian Assistance and an accompanying certificate in International Relations. Upon graduating college, I was awarded an internship at the International Peace Institute (IPI), a prestigious research facility and think tank that works to promote peace and reconciliation. Upon completing my internship, they graciously offered me a permanent position. While at IPI, I learned a vast amount about the United Nations, where most of the conducted research is used to inform UN policy recommendations. I left IPI to begin law school in 2016, and spent the summer of 2017 as a legal intern at the International Development Law Organization (IDLO), which was even more specific to my area of interest. As a continuing law student, I am very interested in legal avenues to improving access to justice and good governance mechanisms for people around the world.

Davide Soto

Netherlands  
International Development Law... (Unverified)
Joined September 2015
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Governance, Peace-building, Traditional / Customary Justice
I work as a Research Associate for an international organization. I am interested in legal empowerment issues related to women's land rights.

Khin Win Yee

Myanmar  
International Development Law...
Joined April 2016
Interests: Criminal Justice, Education, Gender-based violence, Traditional / Customary Justice
I am an advocate in Myanmar. Now, I work as a National Trainer as well as a National Training Coordinator in the Rule of Law Centres Project , UNDP & IDLO.

Lin Htet Aung

Myanmar  
International Development Law...
Joined April 2018
Interests: Citizenship, Corruption, Criminal Justice
I am the High Great Leader who graduate the law degree in 2014. And his second degree is diploma in International Law. And he was also scholar of the Myanmar Democracy Fellowship Program. His highest achievement was he got an International Human Right Development Certified degree from Thammast University Thailand. And currently he is working as a professional trainer at the rule of law centers project. And I am always looking for at network, higher capacity building or education and experiences for his country criminal justice, anti-corruption and try fill the gap of trust between justice sectors and community.

MariaChiara Campisi

Italy  
International Development Law...
Joined April 2020
Public international lawyer and human rights lawyer.

Matthew Bannon

Italy  
International Development Law...
Joined March 2018
Interests: Access to Information, Education, Health, Land & Natural Resources
Passionately storytelling, advocating, and engaging audiences through communications, marketing and digital innovation within the development sector. I strive to bring about better awareness, engagement and action on sustainable development issues.

Currently a Digital Communications Manager.

Olga Lucia Perez

Italy  
International Development Law...
Joined May 2012
Interests: Generalist Legal Services

Renee Chartres

Italy  
International Development Law...
Joined May 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Land & Natural Resources
I am a Research Associate at IDLO, with experience researching and supporting the registration of women's customary land rights.

Yolanda Saito

Netherlands  
International Development Law...
Joined November 2016
Interests: Access to Information, Economic Empowerment, Education, Environmental Justice, Generalist Legal Services, Governance, Labor & Employment, Land & Natural Resources
I am a passionate advocate of advancing law and legal empowerment as a tool for building more sustainable economies and human development. Experience in designing capacity building materials and organization interactive workshops to engage lawyers to become leaders and change agents.

Especially interested in collaborating in efforts to prompt regulatory change to allow for more sustainable and local business models in a collaborative/circular/sharing economy.
Olga Lucia Perez is the network champion (main point of contact) for International Development Law Organization.

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