Jakarta, Indonesia | 3 Aug 2018
A conference presented by the IBA Asia Pacific Regional Forum, IBA Young Lawyers’ Committee and PERADI
Almaty, Kazakhstan | 5-7 Sept 2018
A conference presented by the IBA European Regional Forum
Rome, Italy | 7-12 October 2018
Early registration fee deadline: Friday 20 July
Florence, Italy | 14-15 Sep 2018
A conference presented by the IBA Antitrust Committee
Cairo, Egypt | 4–5 Nov 2018
A conference presented by the IBA Arab Regional Forum
Three years ago, referring to the unprecedented refugee crisis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated that ‘We will manage this’. Global Insight looks at how effective the responses have been.
An urgent crackdown on China’s shadow banking market highlights a major risk to global financial stability.
Internal struggles at the US Environment Protection Agency could have dire consequences for the fight against climate change.
An interview with the former UK Foreign Secretary on the alarming fragmentation of the West.
In the wake of the Car Wash corruption scandal, seven Latin American countries are heading to the polls to elect new presidents.
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Allegations of interference in US election and UK's EU referendum raise serious questions on funding, social media and electoral law
Russia, under Putin, continues to adopt a defiant stance on the world stage. This podcast considers the West's response.
Bill Browder, CEO of Hermitage Capital Management, on Russian corruption, sanctions and seeking justice for Sergei Magnitsky.
Kofi Annan, Patricia O'Brien, Bernard Kouchner and Jose Manuel Barroso assess the obligations of the international community to intervene.
The IBA and the International Federation of Accountants have published a joint anti-corruption mandate as part of their shared commitment to continue their work combating corruption in all its forms
The new Jurist Award celebrates the ‘unsung heroes’ of the legal profession: jurists who exemplify personal sacrifice and commitment to justice. Nominations are open until 31 August. See all IBA awards here.
A global survey launched to understand the nature and extent of bullying and harassment in the legal profession
The second in the IBA's six-part series of live events discussing contemporary rule of law challenges was held on Thursday 7 June in Washington DC, entitled 'Independent media and the rule of law'. It was also live streamed. Panellists included Andrea Mitchell (NBC), Jennifer Rubin (Washington Post), and media lawyer Lee Levine.
In 2018, the Hague Office is bringing its work on ICC matters to a wider audience to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute.
This Task Force was formed to examine changes affecting the legal profession and ultimately to take steps to assist lawyers in managing those changes. The Task Force released its 'Drivers of Change' report in November 2017.
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute works with the global legal community to promote and protect human rights and the independence of the legal profession.
Report emphasises global need for juvenile justice systems that comply with international norms.
The IBAHRI has published its 2017 Annual Review, summarising work through the year.
IBAHRI calls on President Trump to re-evaluate stance on human rights
Bridging Human Rights, Sustainable Development Goals, and Economic and Fiscal Policies
The International Bar Association’s Legal Policy & Research Unit undertakes research, develops, and implements innovative strategies and initiatives that are relevant to current contemporary global issues.
Global survey launched to understand the nature and extent of bullying and harassment in the legal profession.
Following the launch at The Guardian, 7 June, ‘Whistleblower Protections: A Guide’ is available now.
The importance of business and human rights to corporate lawyers
Blockchain in the legal profession and cybersecurity