International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL)

Association internationale des juristes démocrates (AIJD)
Asociación Internacional de Juristas Demócratas
Internationale Vereinigung Demokratischer Juristen
Mezdunarodnaja Associacija Juristov-Demokratov

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History

Oct 1946, Paris (France). Statutes most recently amended at 15th Congress, Apr 2001, Havana (Cuba).

Aims

Facilitate contact and exchange of views between and among lawyers and lawyers' associations of all countries; foster understanding and goodwill among them; work together to achieve the aims set out in the United Nations Charter; ensure common action by lawyers in the study and practice of democratic principles, making for maintenance of peace and cooperation among nations; restore, defend and develop democratic rights and liberties in legislation and its practice; promote independence of all peoples and oppose any restriction on this independence whether in law or in practice; defend and promote human rights and peoples' rights; promote preservation of ecology and healthy environment; work for strict adherence to rule of law and independence of the judiciary and legal profession; defend peoples' rights to development and to conditions of economic equality, enjoyment of the fruits of scientific progress and of natural resources.

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Activities

Main areas: research on legal issues affecting human, political and economic rights; study and practice of democratic principles for maintenance of peace and peaceful problem solving, and cooperation among nations; defence and development of democratic rights and liberties in legislation and in the practice of law. Organizes international commissions of enquiry and conferences; topics have included: the new economic order; racism and apartheid; human rights; decolonization and self-determination. Provides observer missions to trials.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 15 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 95 countries
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UIA Org ID

B1270

Last News Received

2017
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