Evaluation of the International Legal Programs Section

The International Legal Programs Section (ILPS) supports Canada’s development assistance and foreign policy priorities through the delivery of legal technical assistance projects. These projects promote foundational Canadian values of freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law in different countries of the world. The work of ILPS is grounded in the sharing and transferring of Canadian legal expertise and knowledge regarding principles of the administration of justice in Canada that contribute to the construction, reform and strengthening of legal systems of other countries.  The Section is also called upon to provide strategic advice on justice reform matters.

What Was Found


About The Evaluation

In accordance with the 2009 Treasury Board Policy on Evaluation, this evaluation addresses both the relevance and performance of the Section using four (4) lines of inquiry, and covers the work of ILPS between 2009/10 and 2013/14. This is the first evaluation of the Section.

For the full report, please visit the Evaluation Division website.