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International Union of Judicial Officers
Au service de la profession d'huissier de justice dans le monde depuis 1952
At the Service of the Profession of Judicial Officer in the World since 1952
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Council of Europe
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Council of Europe
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Founded in 1949, the Council of Europe is the continent's oldest political organisation. It groups together 47 European countries and has granted observer status to 5 more countries (the Holy See, the United States, Canada, Japan and Mexico). Its headquarters are in Strasbourg.

From the fall of the Berlin wall, its main job has become acting as a political anchor and human rights watchdog for Europe's post-communist democracies, assisting the countries of central and eastern Europe in carrying out and consolidating political, legal and constitutional reform in parallel with economic reform, or providing know-how in areas such as human rights, local democracy, education, culture and the environment.

UIHJ is a member of the Council of Europe, as an OING. It is also a permanent observer member of its European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ). Several members of UIHJ participate on a regular basis as experts at missions of the Council of Europe.
 
 
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European Commission
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European Commission
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The European Commision represents and upholds the interests of Europe as a whole. It is independent of national governments.

It drafts proposals for new European laws, which it presents to the European Parliament and the Council. It manages the day-to-day business of implementing EU policies and spending EU funds. The Commission also keeps an eye out to see that everyone abides by the European treaties and laws.
 
UIHJ is in close contact with the european Commission and strives to follow and participate to the the making of regulations concerning the profession of judicial officers.
 
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Hague Conference on private international law
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With 78 Members (77 States and the European Union) representing all continents, the Hague Conference on Private International Law is a global inter-governmental organisation. A melting pot of different legal traditions, it develops and services multilateral legal instruments, which respond to global needs.

An increasing number of non-Member States are also becoming Parties to the Hague Conventions. As a result, the work of the Conference encompasses more than 140 countries around the world.

UIHJ has strong links with the Hague Conference and is at the origin of the famous 15 November 1965 Hague Convention on the service abroad of judicial and extrajudicial documents in civil and commercial matters.
 
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OHADA
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OHADA
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The Organisation for the Harmonisation of the Business law in Africa
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The Organisation for the Harmonisation of the Business law in Africa (Ohada) was founded by the Treaty relating to the Harmonisation of Business Law and was signed in Por-Louis on 17 October 1993. It main object is to find a remedy for the legal and judicial insecurity existing in the country members.

Ohada regroups 14 countries of the Franc zone, plus Comores, Guinea Conakry and is open to any African country.

UIHJ is in close contact with Ohada and organises regularly seminar in the Ohada countries, through its Training Unit for Africain Judicial Officers (Ufohja), training seminars on Uniform acts established by Ohada.
 
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United Nations
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The United Nations was established in 1945 by 51 countries committed to preserving peace through international cooperation and collective security. Today, nearly every nation in the world belongs to the UN: membership totals 191 countries.

When States become Members of the United Nations, they agree to accept the obligations of the UN Charter, an international treaty that sets out basic principles of international relations. According to the Charter, the UN has four purposes: to maintain international peace and security; to develop friendly relations among nations; to cooperate in solving international problems and in promoting respect for human rights; and to be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations.
UIHJ is a member of the economic and Social Council of UN.
 
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ELI
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ELI
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The European Law Institute (ELI) is an independent non-profit organisation created in 2011 established to initiate, conduct and facilitate research, make recommendations and provide practical guidance in the field of European legal development. Building on the wealth of diverse legal traditions, its mission is the quest for better law-making in Europe and the enhancement of European legal integration. By its endeavours, ELI seeks to contribute to the formation of a more vigorous European legal community, integrating the achievements of the various legal cultures, endorsing the value of comparative knowledge, and taking a genuinely pan-European perspective. As such its work covers all branches of the law: substantive and procedural; private and public.

Among ELI's core tasks are:
  • to evaluate and stimulate the development of EU law, legal policy, and practice, and in particular make proposals for the further development of the acquis and for the enhancement of EU law implementation by the Member States;
  • to identify and analyse legal developments in areas within the competence of Member States which are relevant at the EU level;
  • to study EU approaches regarding international law and enhance the role EU law could play globally, for instance in drafting international instruments or model rules;
  • to conduct and facilitate pan-European research, in particular to draft, evaluate or improve principles and rules which are common to the European legal systems; and
  • to provide a forum, for discussion and cooperation, of jurists irrespective of their vocation or occupation, inter alia academics, judges, lawyers and other legal professionals, who take an active interest in European legal development and together represent a broad range of legal traditions.

UIHJ is a founding member of the ELI.
 
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World Bank
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World Bank
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The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world.
 
The World Bank is not a bank in the ordinary sense but a unique partnership to reduce poverty and support development. The World Bank comprises two institutions managed by 188 member countries: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA). The IBRD aims to reduce poverty in middle-income and creditworthy poorer countries, while IDA focuses exclusively on the world's poorest countries. These institutions are part of a larger body known as the World Bank Group.
 
Established in 1944, the World Bank is headquartered in Washington, D.C. The World Bank  has more than 9,000 employees in more than 100 offices worldwide.
 
(Source : www.worldbank.org )
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