Administration & Outreach
Hear from our Alumni
Alumni of IIJ capacity-building courses and workshops hail from more than 123 countries. They include policymakers, intelligence officials, prosecutors, judges, investigating magistrates, defence counsel, prison and corrections officials, and other stakeholders. The IIJ’s peer-to-peer training environment ensures that practitioners who complete an IIJ course or workshop not only develop skills relevant to their national and regional contexts, but benefit from a network of practitioner colleagues facing similar challenges and opportunities in their daily work.
Proactive risk management policies and processes ensure that our team is able to effectively and successfully anticipate, assess and manage risks to the Institute’s operational continuity and to maintain our resilience in what can be a volatile international environment. This approach enabled the Institute to not only successfully navigate the recent COVID-19 pandemic, but to be in a position to leverage the opportunities presented by our early successful pivot to online training and to surpass even our own ambitious expectations during this challenging period.
Developing an effective and engaging platform for IIJ Alumni – the practitioners who have completed workshops under the IIJ Core Initiatives & Workstreams and/or our Academic Courses (eCTAC and CTAC) – is a key priority for the Institute. Following the launch of our new website in October 2021, the IIJ will be developing and adding a dedicated portal for our Alumni Network. This portal will link our Alumni to exclusive content and opportunities to support continued learning, and formalise a growing network of more than 7000+ peers in the criminal justice and rule of law communities. Our Alumni are not only beneficiaries of our capacity-building efforts; they are Ambassadors for the IIJ mission and for the rule of law. We could not be more excited to engage with you through our new portal in the months ahead.