In 2011, the political and economic landscape of the Middle East was altered as ordinary people, motivated by a desire to realize their human rights, challenged their rulers in a way that had never been done before. As protests against repressive regimes swept across the Middle East in 2011, the ICJ’s work in the region became increasingly relevant. Projects previously seen as unfeasible, such as those related to constitutional and legal reform, are today being pursued with an unprecedented level of engagement.
Read more on ICJ’s achievements in 2011 in the Annual Report.
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