The objective of this report is to contribute to the debate on the importance of access to information for the private sector. It highlights laws, efforts and challenges specific to Lebanon. Both English and Arabic are included.
This report describes a 2013 administration corruption survey, outlines the status of bribery in Lebanon and describes a proposed strategy for addressing corruption in public administrations. Both English and Arabic are included.
The course is designed to provide law students with substantive legal knowledge, focusing on how to interview clients, identify victims of human right violations, draft a pleading, represent a client in a settlement conference, and work with people from diverse backgrounds. The course is divided into divided into 13 units, focusing on human rights, access to justice, the right to be heard, assisting domestic workers, legal ethics and more. It focuses on Kuwait.
This resource provides the text, in English, for the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, which entered into force on July 1, 2003. It was used in The Protection Project trainings, organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.
This resource from the United Nations outlines the state duty to protect human rights, the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and access to remedy. It was used in The Protection Project trainings, organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.
This text from the 2011 Domestic Workers Convention focuses on promotion of decent work and rights for domestic workers. It was used in The Protection Project trainings, organized by the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.
This manual is provides instructions on the establishment and operation of law clinics in Kuwait. The manual is divided into seven parts, such as: defining the objectives; selecting the topics; overcoming obstacles; and establishing exchange programs. Comparative models and best practices from different law clinics around the world and used as examples.
This resource is the seventh module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. The focus is on women’s human right to health and includes three sessions: the obligation to have numerous children; women’s right to access to health care; and freedom from charlatans.
This resource is the twelfth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It includes three fieldtrip sessions: visit to a family planning center, visit to hospitals and visit to police stations.
This resource is the fourth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. This section focuses on women’s rights to property and includes seven sessions: women’s unpaid work in the household; contribution to household costs during marriage; marital property upon divorce; financial support by children in old age; the right to have a bank account; women’s right to credit; and women’s inheritance rights.