The International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose members represent all levels of the judiciary worldwide and share a commitment to equal justice for women and the rule of law. Created in 1991, the IAWJ has grown to a membership of over 6000 in 85 countries.

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Justice Ayesha A. Malik and Justice Alia Neelum are Members of the Committee for Protection of Women Judges in Lahore, Pakistan. The Lahore High Court Chief Justice constituted a Committee for the Protection of Women Judges “to take action against hooliganism by lawyers in district courts” toward female judges. The committee was formed after receiving complaints from women judges and it is constituted Read More

Meet Vanessa Ruiz IAWJ President

Upon being sworn in as IAWJ President, Hon. Vanessa Ruiz commenced her presidency noting that values of "liberal democracy that accept the rule of law, human rights and inclusiveness” are being rejected in a number of countries; that judges and courts, the safeguards of these values, are under challenge and attack. “To make equal justice a reality, there needs to be a framework Read More