How are the respective countries of the six African refs at World Cup 2018 perceived in relation to fair play and human rights? … More 6 African refs at World Cup 2018: Is there fair play in their countries?
If UK immigration policy can blunt the protections offered by the law, what hope is there for strengthening fairness and the rule of law in less democratic jurisdictions across the common law world? … More Has the ‘hostile environment’ dented English law’s reputation for fairness?
Recognising that UK law is compatible with the law in many jurisdictions, the ILBF’s goal is to equip students, lawyers and judges with resources to help the rule of law flourish and support access to justice for all. … More From Nepal to Uganda: How one UK charity is supporting the rule of law through book donations.
Remittance flows into developing nations are more than three times that of official development aid and tend to be more stable than private investment or development aid … More Money and the rule of law in Southern Africa
Despite the lazy caricatures of Africa, it is a place of spirited determination with a huge appetite for change. In the words of Martin Luther King Jr, now’s not the time to ‘wallow in the valley of despair…even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow.’ … More Africa is not passive in the face of challenges