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IAWJ's 12th Biennial International Conference takes place in Arusha, Tanzania
22 May 2014
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Hon. Sanji Monageng, Vice- President of the ICC, receives the 2014 IAWJ Human Rights Award 
08 May 2014
The International Association of Women Judges presented the IAWJ Human Rights Award to Hon. Sanji Mmasenono Monageng from Botswana in recognition of her exemplary judicial career in the pursuit of "Justice for All" while serving on national and international courts; in recognition of her commitment to protect and promote human rights, women's rights, and children's rights without discrimination; and in recognition of her distinguished service on national and international human rights institutions.

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IAWJ Membership Adopts a Resolution on the Kidnapping of the Nigerian School Girls
08 May, 2014
During the IAWJ’s 12th Biennial International Conference Membership Meeting on May 8, 2014, IAWJ members passed a resolution expressing their outrage at the kidnapping of the 200 Nigerian school girls from a boarding school in the town of Chibok in mid-April. IAWJ members voiced their concerns, asking that the international community, the United Nations, the African Union and other appropriate bodies do all they can to rescue the girls, and that the perpetrators be brought to justice through the Rule of Law. 

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The IAWJ's 12th Biennial International Conference, Justice For All, hosted by the Tanzania Women Judges Association was held in Arusha, Tanzania, from May 5-9, 2014 at the Arusha International Conference Center. Over 550 participants from 36 countries attended the conference.

Learn more about the conference here.

IAWJ loses Beloved Founding Member, Justice Carmen Argibay of Argentina
22 May, 2014

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Malawi's First Lady of the Judiciary - Hon, Justice Anastasia Sue Elias Msosa SC 
08 May, 2014

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