The ILAC plays a prominent role in helping nations to rebuild justice systems that have been shattered by war and conflict by providing coordination, objective assessments, and recommendations for improvement. Legacies of International Judicial Leaders. May This page is in Spanish. The Canadian Association of Women Judges is the Canadian chapter of the International Association of Women Judges—a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that works to advance human rights, eliminate discrimination on the basis of gender, and make courts accessible to all.
The Caribbean Association of Women Judges is the Caribbean chapter of the International Association of Women Judges—a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that works to advance human rights, eliminate discrimination on the basis of gender, and make courts accessible to all.
The International Association of Women Judges is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization whose members represent all levels of the judiciary worldwide and share a commitment to equal justice and the rule of law. Their efforts including organizing international and regional conferences , developing judicial education programs , developing a variety of other programs , and publishing a number of related resources. They also have a page dedicated to biographies of and interviews with pioneering women judges who are members of the IAWJ.
The Kenya Women Judges Association is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nongovernmental organization comprised of female judicial officers working in all corners of the Republic of Kenya. The organization aims to create an enabling environment for accessing the courts and responsive justice for all; to enhance the skills and knowledge of judicial officers on human rights and gender; to promote equal representation within the judiciary; and to promote solidarity amongst judicial officers. The Moroccan Association of Women Judges is a nongovernmental organization for women judges in Morocco that aims to enhance the spirit of solidarity and cooperation amongst women judges and ensure a meaningful representation of women judges in their decision making positions.
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The South African Association of Women Judges is the South African chapter of the International Association of Women Judges, a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that works to advance human rights, eliminate discrimination on the basis of gender, and make courts accessible to all.
The Tanzania Women Judges Association is a professional association of women judges and magistrates of all levels in the Judiciary of Tanzania. They specialize in disseminating human rights knowledge and skills to judicial officers as part of continued education in an effort to ensure equal justice for all without discrimination. The UK Association of Women Judges is the United Kingdom chapter of the International Association of Women Judges—a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that works to advance human rights, eliminate discrimination on the basis of gender, and make courts accessible to all.
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The United States National Association of Women Judges is the American chapter of the International Association of Women Judges—a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that works to advance human rights, eliminate discrimination on the basis of gender, and make courts accessible to all. Their goal is to promote the judicial role of protecting the rights of individuals under the rule of law through strong, committed, diverse judicial leadership; fairness and equality in the courts; and equal access to justice. The Women Judges Association of Malawi is a group of female judicial officers whose mission is to advance the rights of and access to justice for vulnerable groups, especially women and children, through the judicial system.
Grossman, Nienke. January This article explores the relationship between the paucity of women judges and the legitimacy of international courts. Abdelkader, Engy.
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June The Judiciary of South Sudan is dominated by men and features only a handful of women in the lower courts. Article 6 of the Transnational Constitution of South Sudan provides for a substantial representation of women in the judiciary, but selection processes have not met the constitutional provision.
The author sets out to analyze the reason why this requirement has not been met, while offering the benefits of appointing a substantial number of women to the judiciary to better reflect the population, the wealth of experience that female judges would bring, and the overall improvement of the quality of justice in respect to the outcomes of cases.
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