Instituto de Estudios para la Consolidación del Estado de Derecho (ICED)
|Type:||NGO working on Crime|
|Address:||Manuel Ortíz Guerrero N° 645 e/ Paraguarí y Antequera|
Other:'Human Rights, Rule of Law, Governance'
||ICED, is a civil society organization established on June 23, 2006 to promote activities and programs that strengthen and consolidate the rule of law in the Republic of Paraguay.
The main objectives of ICED are:
To strengthen governance, providing technical assistance to State institutions, in order to achieve the consolidation of the Rule of Law.
To generate and implement strategies to combat corruption and other factors that undermine the institutionalization.
To create, promote and develop technical and organizational alternatives for improving the management of State institutions, especially in the justice sector.
To promote transparency of management in public institutions.
ICED contributed to:
Optimize the organization and management of the Attorney General´s Economic Crimes and Anticorruption Units.
Reform the Criminal Justice and Criminal Procedure legislation.
Improve institutional capacity for the detection and investigation of unlawful acts in such institutions as the National Procurement Office, General Audit Office of the Executive Branch, Ministry of Public Works and Communications, among others.