A key component of civic engagement, education improves opportunities for students, increasing social stability and economic competitiveness. Corruption and disregard for laws regulating learning standards lead to poorly functioning school systems which, ultimately, reduce learning outcomes for students. For education to fully achieve its potential, it is important to ensure that governments and educators, as well as leaders from business and civil society, uphold and promote the rule of law.
Conducts research into isssues facing the MENA region and offers policy recommendations for responding to these issues.
Works with strategic partners around the world to develop and implement humanitarian programming in the health, education, poverty, and innovation sectors.
Work to educate youths against corruption practices (starting in primary education) to build a society free of corruption and malpractice.
CCAGG is a local based organization that works in the rural, remote, mountainous province of Abra. It was established in 1987 as an outgrowth of a wider democratization movement in the Philippines. CCAGG works to contribute to increasing the technical capacity of other organizations, promote good governance, and fight corruption.
The IDRC funds research in developing countries to promote growth, reduce poverty, and drive large-scale positive change.
Seeks to educate young lawyers for the advancement of the spirit of justice and the rule of law in practice for all people.
Educates and researches all topics of criminal justice to create individuals that will uphold and transform the criminal justice system for the better.