International Network to Promote the Rule of Law (INPROL), USA
Ena Dion is a program Officer with the U.S. Institute of Peaces Rule of Law Center and a rule of law facilitator for the International Network to Promote the Rule of Law (INPROL). Her previous experience includes providing technical support in the area of constitution-making to the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq and the Republic of Fiji's Constitutional Commission, and working on access to justice projects with International Bridges to Justice in Cambodia. She has also worked with the International Network for Economic Social and Cultural Rights in New York and with William and Mary Law Schools Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. Her work at USIP focuses on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of rule of law interventions. She graduated cum laude with a Juris doctor from William and Mary School of Law and holds a Bachelors degree in Philosophy and Political Science from McGill University, Canada.
Proper use of forensic methods is a key component of functioning law enforcement and justice systems. In the wake of conflict, forensic professionals are frequently involved in training police and investigative services in forensic methods as part of broader efforts to improve the justice system. INPROL is the premier global network for professionals working on rule of law reform in post-conflict and developing countries. Comprised of over 2,000 rules of law practitioners, including forensic professionals, from 120 countries and 300 organizations, the network is a valuable platform to connect with other professionals involved in rule of law promotion projects. These connections can help sharpen skills, grow your professional network and solve problems encountered in the field. INPROL also offers free research support for rule-of-law related questions, maintains an online library of thousands of resources and posts up-to-date news, events and job postings on the website.
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