A4ID activitiesCase studies
Ground-Breaking Legal Directive Forces Action on Gender Equality in West Africa’s Energy Sector
A4ID partners develop a legal directive on gender impact assessments for West Africa's energy sector...
Timely contract review ensures ChildHope UK can continue to provide access to quality education
A4ID partners work to ensure continued access to education for Ethiopian girls ...
India: A4ID to hold Symposium on Business and Human Rights
On Friday 10 November 2017, The Claridges Hotel in New Delhi, India, A4ID will convene business, legal and academic leaders for discussion on developm...
Yasmin Batliwala joins newly established panel reporting to Attorney General’s Pro Bono Committee
Chief Executive Yasmin Batliwala is delighted to have been invited to sit on a newly established panel to 'promote and coordinate' lawyers' voluntary ...
Getting to grips with ending poverty – Yasmin Batliwala writes in The Times Law Brief
Chief Executive Yasmin Batliwala discusses the Sustainable Development Goals and calls on the legal industry to assist in achieving these in The Times...
A4ID is now on Old Street
After a great summer in Canary Wharf, thanks to our warm hosts Clifford Chance, A4ID is moving....
Yasmin Batliwala wins 2014 Public Sector Category Award
Our CEO Yasmin Batliwala received Woman of Achievement 2014 Category Award for Public Sector from the prestigious Women in the City. ...
The Law Society shortlists A4ID for two Excellence Awards
A4ID has been nominated for two Law Society Excellence Awards categories: Excellence in International Legal Services and Excellence in Pro Bono....
Bribery Act 2010 (UK): A Compliance Guide
This guide provides an overview of the main principles and requirements under the UK Bribery Act 2010. It explains how to both prevent and deal with bribery from the perspective of NGOs. The guide was developed by A4ID’s Legal Partner, Reed Smith LLP, to accompany a training on Bribery & Corruption delivered to A4ID’s Development Partners in September 2019.
GDPR Training (April 2018)
This series of PowerPoint slides will cover some of the key provisions of the GDPR and outline some practical steps required to prepare for GDPR compliance. These slides accompanied the training event facilitated by A4ID and delivered by Mayer Brown on 24 April 2018.
EU Trade Guide
This guide provides key considerations to importing goods into the EU from the perspective of the trade and customs rules and the product regulatory requirements.
US Trade Guide
This guide outlines the principles, processes, and requirements for importing merchandise into the United States.
Brexit Briefing: Environmental Law (July 2017)
This guide identifies key legal considerations for UK based international development organisations in light of Brexit in relation to environmental law and policy.
Brexit Briefing: Finance (March 2017)
This guide explores some of the impacts of Brexit on UK based international development organisations in relation to financing agreements.
Brexit Briefing: Intellectual Property Rights (February 2017)
This guide outlines key considerations for UK based international development organisations in light of Brexit in relation to intellectual property rights.
Brexit Briefing: Tax (February 2017)
This guide outlines key considerations for UK based international development organisations in light of Brexit in relation to tax.
Brexit Briefing: Data Protection (February 2017)
This guide outlines key considerations for UK based international development organisations in light of Brexit in relation to data protection.
Brexit Briefing: Contracts and Choice of Law (February 2017)
This guide outlines key considerations for UK based international development organisations in light of Brexit in relation to contracts and choice of law.
EU Registration Options for NGOs: Preparing UK-based NGOs for Brexit
This guide outlines the main legal forms available to NGOs in Belgium, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain. It is part of A4ID’s support to UK NGOs considering their options as a result of the UK referendum decision to leave the EU.
What Lawyers Can Do About Climate Change
This paper relates to a joint A4ID/KCL workshop that examined climate change from a legal perspective.
The workshop was motivated by the developing reality that ‘climate change law’ is now extending beyond high-level international negotiations, environmental frameworks and legal campaigning to infiltrate daily legal practice and adjudicatory proceedings through a variety of legal sub-disciplines.