Welcome to the International Network to Promote the Rule of Law

The International Network to Promote the Rule of Law (INPROL) is a global, online community of practice, comprised of some 2,700 rule of law practitioners from 120 countries and 400 organizations. Members come from a range of disciplines and backgrounds. What we all have in common is that they work on rule of law reform in post-conflict and developing countries, either from a policy-, practice- or research-perspective. We also share a desire to learn and innovate together as a community in order to improve their rule of law knowledge and practice.

The INPROL community warmly welcomes new members. Membership is free and open to individuals who are currently working on rule of law and policing reform/assistance in a post-conflict or developing country in either a policy, practice or research role. To join INPROL, please click here.


"I cannot accept that to be realistic means to tolerate misery, violence and hate. I do not believe that the hungry man should be treated as subversive for expressing his suffering. I shall never accept that the law can be used to justify tragedy, to keep things as they are, to make us abandon our ideas of a different world. Law is the path of liberty, and must as such open the way to progress for everyone. "
- Oscar Arias Sanchez