Unity + Equality + Tolerance
When we educate ourselves and spread knowledge on the core values, we help strengthen the rule of law. Are you an active citizen who can #Act4RuleofLaw?
What are the A-B-C's of the rule of law?
• All people, institutions, and Governments are accountable to the law.
• Being applied equally is a MUST for all laws
• Compliance with human rights standards is key.
Do you live within a society where you can #Act4RuleofLaw ?
To make sure the rule of law is applied equally, citizens can actively participate in their communities by:
• Reporting on public issues to press
• Monitoring public institutions
Are you an active citizen who can #Act4RuleofLaw?
Law enforcement are entrusted with carrying out the law. But to sustain the rule of law , they must at all times hold the underlying values of it:
Do you live within a society where you can #Act4RuleofLaw?
UNODC's new Handbook on the Classification of Prisoners is designed to provide practical information and guidelines to support prison administrations with the development of an effective system that meets international standards. It is based on grounded research evidence and the experience of numerous countries that have implemented such systems. Although primarily designed for prison officers, it is also intended to be a useful resource guide for other criminal justice officials and parties involved in the criminal justice system.
What does the rule of law mean? What role can youth play in building societies that promote the rule of law? What is UNODC doing to help build this appreciation for the rule of law among youth through education?
Chief Justice Wattanapan of the Supreme Court of Thailand speaks with the Global Judicial Integrity Network about the development of Thailand's system of specialized anti-corruption courts.
In this Global Judicial Integrity Network webinar, David Sachar of the Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission of the State of Arkansas (U.S.) discusses good practices for investigating judicial misconduct.