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The International Development Law Organization (IDLO) is the only international intergovernmental organization exclusively devoted to promoting the rule of law and sustainable development. IDLO has experience working in more than 90 countries around the world with various legal systems. Established in 1988, IDLO has had United Nations Observer Status since 2001. IDLO enables governments, empowers people and strengthens institutions to realize justice, peace and sustainable development. IDLO contributes to creating stable and inclusive societies where every person can live free from fear and want, in dignity and under the rule of law. Its programs, research and policy advocacy cover the spectrum of rule of law from peace and institution building to social development and economic recovery in countries emerging from conflict and striving towards democracy.

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Organisations / agencies covered

International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

Timeliness of Data

Publication of new data and updates will take place quarterly, and will be validated once a year, as against IDLO’s annual audited financial statements.

Frequency of publication


Frequency of publication (extra comments)


Units of Aid

IDLO will publish data at the organizational and activity levels. Single activities are based on donor project contracts.

Segmentation of Published Data


Data Definitions and References


Field Exclusions

See below.

Record Exclusions

IDLO considers data to be open unless it falls within one or more of the following categories that are excluded from publication: - security information: Information that might affect the safety or security of individual staff, partners, beneficiaries, or its operations - personal information: specific private information that could be traceable to individual staff or partners is not published unless prior permission is granted. - commercially-sensitive information: Examples include (but are not limited to) supplier contracts, salary information, consultant fees, and resource mobilization plans. - confidential internal documents: This includes legal documents as well as information that is subject to confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements with partners or donors.



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Data Quality

IDLO data is verified by external auditors.

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