There are so many more cases of need. Of investment and trade deals struck with limited legal input at the negotiations; of no inputs made from small and developing countries to international law-making bodies, but rules made that apply to and affect their peoples; and of commitments to international human rights law made complicated by an overload of obligations and reporting requirements that just cannot be met within existing resources.
IILA has started its work for our partners and with your support, we can do more. We can add more experts to our team. We can build our network of collaborating institutions. We can provide more legal support services to build the long-term capacity of more nations. We can work to make international law work the way it should – for justice and peace for all peoples. Together with you, we can help developing nations enjoy their full rights and at the same time, avoid unnecessary and extravagant legal costs that would better go toward schools, health care, and economic development.
We're asking for your help because we know that you care about justice, equality, and the rule of law.