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The Foundation delivers a Workshop to Maldivian Line Ministries on the Role of Policy for Law-making

The first workshop in a series to equip ministerial staff with the tools to develop [...]

Foundation provides legal literature to the People’s Majlis Secretariat and the Bar Council, Maldives

On 15 November 2021, on two separate occasions the Foundation officially handed over numerous textbooks [...]

Media and advocacy training workshop held in Jajce

The workshop continued an ongoing series of trainings for the benefit of civil society activists [...]

Final Induction Workshop for Members of the South Sudan Transitional National Legislative Assembly

Max Planck Foundation concludes introductory training series for new parliamentarians The workshop titled “Constitutional Foundations [...]

Third Induction Workshop Conducted for the South Sudan Transitional National Legislative Assembly

Max Planck Foundation provides training on the Conduct of Business Regulations On 2 and 3 [...]

The Foundation provides training for Judges of the Balqa and Zarqa Courts in Jordan on Judicial Referral of Constitutional Challenges

Max Planck Foundation experts delivered two workshops to build the capacity of judges of the [...]

Southeast Asian Parliaments complete Parliamentary Diplomacy Programme with negotiation simulation

The Programme Fellows successfully negotiated, drafted and adopted a Declaration on women in peace building. [...]

Seminar for lawyers of Uva and Sabaragamuwa Provinces of Sri Lanka successfully concluded

The seminar was organised in partnership with the Bar Association of Sri Lanka. From 22 [...]

The Foundation travels to Hargeisa for a Needs Assessment Mission for the Somaliland Parliament

Somaliland conducted a long-awaited parliamentary election on 31 May 2021 and most of the 82 [...]

The Foundation provides training to Administrative Staff of Zarqa and Balqa Courts in Jordan on Access to Justice for Vulnerable Groups

Max Planck Foundation experts delivered workshops to build the capacity of court clerks and administrative [...]