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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.


 Current Projects
Project on “Improving Juvenile Justice and Advancing the Human Rights of Adolescents” (October 2019- December 2019)

In partnership with the Heartland Alliance International, ACRLI is participating in implementing this project on “Improving Juvenile Justice and Advancing the Human Rights of Adolescents”, to strengthen the legal representation and build the capacity of attorneys, local non-government organizations and judicial officials to respond to human rights violations against children and adolescents in the region. Read more...

  Project on “Court Archiving System in Lebanon” (January 2019- December 2021)

In partnership with the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), ACRLI is implementing a new project entitled “Court Archiving System in Lebanon”, funded by the U.S Department of State – International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL). The project’s goal is to support the Lebanese Judicial system to establish and use a legal archival system for paper and electronic cases in order to process cases more efficiently and effectively and to have the ability to retrieve past court proceeding files. Read more...

ACRLI Rule of Law Annual Award 2018 – Honoring the “Person of the year” serving the Rule of Law and good governance

ACRLI is launching a new initiative in the Arab countries aiming to provide a “Rule of Law Annual Award”, on the occasion of honoring one or more of Arab Personalities as the "Person of the Year", which reflects his performance, demeanor and commitment to the principles of the rule of law and good governance, both in public and private sectors. Read more...

  Project on "Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process" (October 2017 – September 2019)

ACRLI is implementing Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process, which is supported by a grant from the United States Department of State. The project aims to enhance the capacity of gender-focused CSOs to act on behalf of and represent women’s interests to local and national government. Read more...


The Rule of Law Initiative in the MENA Region

Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process - Final Movie
Roundtable discussion on “Women’s Quota: towards promoting women’s participation in the Political Process in Lebanon (31 July, 2019)
Project on “Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process”- roundtable discussion on “Women’s Quota: towards promoting women’s participation in the Political Process in Lebanon”- Wednesday 31 July 2019- Coral Beach Hotel.
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Awareness session on the women’s political participation and Women’s Quota at al Mina Tripoli - North Lebanon (29 July, 2019)
Awareness session on the women’s political participation and Women’s Quota at al Mina Tripoli- North Lebanon, with the representatives of several women-focused NGOs and activists in coordination with the Committee of Environmental Care and Social Services. Read more...
Scorecards are released in the Lebanese governorates (Dayr EL-Ahmar)
Meeting in Dayr EL-Ahmar between citizens and local government within the project of “Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process ", implemented by the ACRLI in cooperation with "PLAN International” and supported by the United States Department of State.
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Scorecards: A new local initiative – Direct dialogue between citizens and Municipality of El-Mina, Tripoli
Advanced step in strengthening the participatory role of women in the community was launched, after organizing the first-ever Community Town Hall Meeting at the Congress Palace at the municipality of El-Mina, on "Participatory Budget and Evaluation Cards"
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Under the slogan “women quota… is a national need” ACRLI continue its awareness campaign in Nabatiyeh and Tripoli
Seminar on women's quota Tripoli:
http://nna-leb.gov.lb/ar/show-news/395433/#.XH1HP_K6RSs.whatsapp

Seminar on women's quota Nabatieh:
http://southlb.com/2019/03/01/464246/


Honoring ceremony of the rule of law and good governance person of 2018 his Excellency Dr. Salim El Hoss (December 12, 2018)

ACRLI has honored H.E former Prime Minister Dr. Salim El Hoss “Person of the Year 2018” within its initiative in the Arab countries “Rule of Law and Good Governance”, to honor an Arab figure based on his performance, demeanor and commitment to the principles of the rule of law and good governance.  Read more...

- Rule of Law Annual Award Concept


Honoring an Arab figure based on his performance, demeanor and commitment to the principles of the rule of law.

ACRLI has launched a new initiative “Rule of Law Annual Award”
 


ACRLI has implemented several development projects for the Arab Countries serving the principles of good governance

 

 
Since 2003-2007, ACRLI has developed the principles and indicators of the rule of law and good governance of two basic institutions - called "authority"

 

Second Week Ongoing Training within the project of "Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process" (October 24, 2018)

Second Week Ongoing Training for Women-focused CSOs on " Advocacy Capacity Building" within the series of CSOs training on “Advocacy, Participation, Community Scorecards and Participatory Budget”.  Read more...

A Series of training workshops within the project of "Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process" (October 10, 2018)

ACRLI and PLAN International launched a series of CSOs training on “Advocacy, Participation, Community Scorecards and Participatory Budget”. The opening session was held on Wednesday 10 October 2018 at 09:00 a.m. in the presence of the Lebanese Minister of Women's Affairs Mr. Jean Oghasbian, at Gefinor Rotana Beirut Hotel- Gefinor Hamra.  Read more...


Billboards which include the advocacy message “women quota… is a national need”

Within the context of the project on 'Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process”, ACRLI has launched an awareness and advocacy campaign in the aim to promote and advocate for the effective participation of Women in Public Life and specifically the effective Women Political Participation in Lebanon.
Several billboards which include the advocacy message “women quota… is a national need” will be disseminated in Beirut district and outside Beirut covering the various regions in Lebanon. 
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Women’s Participation in Public Life (26 July 2018)

ACRLI has published a new legal assessment report “Women’s Participation in Public Life” which tackles the question of women’s participation in public life from a legal perspective and examines the constraints imposed on them and the diminutive effects those constraints have on women’s participation.
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National Conference on "Women’s Participation in Public Life" (26 July 2018)

The Arab center for the Development of the Rule of Law and integrity convened a conference to launch a study on “Women’s Participation in Public Life” on July 26, 2018 at the Hilton Hotel in Beirut.
The Study emphasizes the legal reforms required to strengthen women's role in public life. The conference unfolded in the context of the project on "Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process", which is being implemented by ACRLI with funding provided by the US Department of State. Read more...

Future TV News 26 July 2018: National Conference on "Women’s Participation in Public Life"


Final conference of the project on "Improving Capacities to Fight Human Trafficking in Lebanon" (23 march 2018)

Within the final conference of the project on “Improving the Judiciary’s Capacity to Fight Human Trafficking in Lebanon”, ACRLI has released a training manual to combat trafficking in Lebanon.
The conference was held with the cooperation of the Higher Judicial Council represented by its president Judge Jean Fahed, and with the participation of concerned key stakeholders from both private and public sectors.

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Workshop on "Lebanese Legal System on Women's Political Participation" (16 February 2018)

Within its efforts to promote women’s participation and leadership, ACRLI has organized the second workshop to discuss the "Lebanese Legal System on Women's Political Participation" with the relevant key stakeholders i.e. representative of the Ministry of Justice, the Woman's Committee at the Lebanese Bar Association; Judges and Lawyers, as well members of Women-focused CSOs.
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Workshop on "Lebanese Legal System on Women's Political Participation" (15 February 2018)

Within its efforts to promote women’s participation and leadership, ACRLI has organized the first workshop to discuss the "Lebanese Legal System on Women's Political Participation", in presence of the Minister for Women's Affairs, Mr. Jean Oghassabian, representatives of the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Social Affairs, National Commission for Lebanese Women and other relevant stakeholders.
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A Series of focus group held within the project of "Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process"

ACRLI has organized series of focus group meetings on "Lebanese Legal System on Women's Political Participation" to discuss the legal gaps and barriers that hinder the women political participation in Lebanon.
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Launching the Report of "Role of the Constitutional Council Role in Building the State of Right"

Within the Framework of "Promoting the Constitutional Council Role in Building the State of Right" project, ACRLI has launched the report on "Role of the Constitutional Council Role in Building the State of Right". The report includes conclusions and recommendations on the importance of the role of the Constitutional Council in Lebanon, especially with regard to its authority to interpret the constitution and to expand the right to review the constitutionality of laws.
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LBC Report: What is the percentage of problems among the Lebanese and the most prominent?

Last Update 28 November 2019

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