Archive for the ‘Recipients’ Category


Supporting the African Prisons Project law students

The African Prisons Project has an extensive programme in Uganda and Kenya and works to bring Justice, dignity and hope to men, women and children in prison in Africa through healthcare, life skills, access to justice and leadership. The ILBF was delighted to send a shipment of student and practitioner books late in 2017. Ritah […]

Royal Parks Half Marathon 2018: Team ILBF

A team of eight London Lawyers have volunteered to run in the London Royal Parks Half Marathon on 14th October 2018 to raise awareness and funds for the legal charity: The International Law Book Facility (ILBF). By supporting them you help the ILBF promote the rule of law. The ILBF is a small charity with a big impact: in 12 […]

Are you the strategic partner for us?

  Small charities can struggle to find a strategic funding partner to work with. We don’t have the resources to make hundreds of funding applications, yet our impact can far outweigh our size.  For the right strategic partner who shares our values, working with us could be a very rewarding relationship. Are you the strategic […]

50,000+ books around the world!

We are delighted that since we started in 2005, we have now shipped 51,000 books to 180 organisations in 50 countries! That’s 51,000 textbooks not being pulped or going into landfill but instead finding a new home supporting judges, law commissions, pro bono organisations and the lawyers of the future across the globe. A simple […]

ILBF supporting the African Prisons Project

Feedback about the impact of the books is essential to the ILBF and we were delighted to hear from the African Prisons Project last week (APP). The ILBF shipped books to the APP in the autumn of 2016: the shipment included books donated and packed by the University of Manchester library team and LexisNexis UK. Read the article and the pictorial story to find out how important law textbooks are to the APP students and staff. The APP undertakes ground-breaking and vital work with prisons in Uganda and Kenya which supports both prisoners, prison staff and the wider community.

A world of books in 2016

Once the final shipment of the year sets sail for Ghana in the next few weeks, the ILBF will have shipped over 850 boxes of books to 21 organizations in 11 countries in 2016. Each year the number and quality of books donated gets better and better. We thought we’d share with you some of […]