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Applying international law to the Syrian conflict

Applying international law to the Syrian conflict

Emerge International’s lead consultant, Hadley Rose, facilitated an interactive workshop for a group of Syrian lawyers in October 2015, with the support of the Dutch Government. The workshop aimed to bring a legal lens to the frequently discussed issue of human rights documentation, and provided extensive information on theories of evidence and how they apply in […]

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What is “Legal Expertise for International Development”

What is “Legal Expertise for International Development”

International development projects are an important vehicle for providing needed humanitarian assistance to populations of people, and also for advancing certain foreign policy and democracy goals worldwide. Development projects constantly walk the fine line between providing assistance to bring populations up to a base level of realization of civil and political rights and furthering agendas of donors, […]

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Rwanda’s Expropriation Law: Is it serving the poor?

Rwanda’s Expropriation Law: Is it serving the poor?

Rwanda’s 2007 expropriation law has been a critical tool for development in the country since its adoption. Rwanda is developing at a high speed and improved use of land and natural resources in the tiny country will be a critical piece of the development puzzle. Hadley Rose, working with the Legal Aid Forum in Rwanda, recently […]

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Support Syrian refugees in Turkey

Support Syrian refugees in Turkey

Emerge International is helping to raise funds for an organization in Turkey called EMEL (“Hope”). All funds raised will be designated to support Syrian refugees staying in Turkey, and trying to prevent them from taking the dangerous journey to Europe. Since 2014, EMEL has been registered in Turkey and provides medical, housing, legal, and other basic support to […]

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