Welcome to the International Network to Promote the Rule of Law

Dear INPROL Community,

We are excited to announce that in the coming weeks, we will be transitioning some of our resources to a new home on the U.S. Institute of Peace’s (USIP) website. The new INPROL site is going to be modern, easier to navigate, and designed with your needs in mind.

As part of this transition, we have frozen applications for the community, and will scale our services back. While our activities in the Police and Rule of Law Discussion Forums, curation of the Digital Library, and publication releases will be paused, we will preserve over ten years of accumulated resources, discussion threads, and insights for your reference and review. As new rule of law challenges emerge in the coming years, we will remain ready to reinvigorate these time-tested tools and support your initiatives.

To continue receiving regular notifications on developments in the rule of law, justice, and security fields in the interim, sign up for USIP’s topical and country-specific newsletters at this link. We look forward to introducing you to our new website in the near future, and thank you for all of your collaboration and contribution to our network and the rule of law over the years.

As always, you are welcomed to email any other questions, comments, or concerns to the INPROL team directly at inprol@inprol.org.

Yours sincerely,


"I remain deeply impressed by what INPROL stands for and what it has achieved and will continue to trumpet its relevance as a repository of knowledge - everybody else having failed either to understand the need for such or just failed to do anything about it. "
- Richard Monk, International Policing Advisor, Durham University