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The International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ) is a non-profit, non- governmental organization whose members represent all levels of the judiciary in over 82 countries/ areas worldwide and share a commitment to equal justice and the rule of law. More
Pioneering Women on International Courts Project
IAWJ women judges serving on international tribunals share their stories and their reflections on life, law and gender through videos on this website.
IAWJ Celebrates International Human Rights Day
IAWJ Recognizes Global Anti-Corruption Day
9 December 2016
The 25th Anniversary Jubilee Book is Here!
4 August 2016
We are excited to announce, thanks to the hard work of Hon. Arline Pacht, and Hon. Susan Glazebrook, the 25th Anniversary IAWJ Jubilee Book is finalized! This 25th Anniversary edition details not only the comprehensive history of the organization, but the incredible work of our member associations and their projects.
December 10th marks the UN’s International Human Rights Day. This year, the International Human Rights Day coincides with UN Women’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, which calls upon the public to focus on and end the pandemic of Gender Based Violence.
IAWJ encourages all of our members to join us in celebrating International Human Rights day, stand up for the rights of others, and continue striving for justice and equality around the world!
On International Anti-Corruption Day, IAWJ recognizes that corruption poses challenges to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and so does gender inequality. We confront the abuse of power that occurs where corruption and sexual exploitation meet: Sextortion. Sextortion undermines access to justice, and thwarts women’s equal opportunities. Whether seeking a job or education, interacting with the justice system, or trying to obtain basic services, the impact of corruption is greater when sex is the currency of the bribe.