Arab Centre for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession (ACIJLP)
Centre Arabe de l'Indépendance des Avocats et de la Magistrature
1997 Cairo Egypt
Support and strengthen the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession in Arab regions; make national legislations consistent with international instruments; reinforce ordinary judiciary in accordance with standards for fair and impartial trials as stipulated in international instruments; implant and disseminate values and principles of human rights; strengthen principles of international criminal justice and legitimacy; advance the level of legal education in the Arab regions.
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