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IAWJ Launches New Project in Morocco
Just Announced: Europe and the Middle East Regional Meeting to be held in Budapest, Hungary
14 February 2017
IAWJ Announces New Project in Pakistan
17 February 2017
The International Association of Women Judges, in partnership with our Pakistani members, are proud to announce that the US Department of State awarded a 15-month project to form a provincial women judges association in the Punjab province of Pakistan. IAWJ hopes this project will promote gender equality, and create a space for women Pakistani judges to share experiences, develop strategies, and build capacity for women judges to improve their working conditions, and address gender bias in the courts.
On January 13-14, 2017, IAWJ hosted meetings in Rabat, Morocco to launch our latest project to address the sexualized form of corruption the IAWJ calls “sextortion.” Entitled “New Standards of Integrity and Accountability: Recognizing Corruption’s Impact on Women,” the project focuses on how gender inequality and corruption intersect and the implications for a 21st century anti-corruption response that accounts for corruption’s differential impact on women.
The Hungarian Association of Women Judges, and the Regional Directors of IAWJ for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, are very pleased to invite you to attend a conference in the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary on 23 and 24 March 2017. The conference will focus on Gender Issues and Migration and will also address particular issues concerning Unaccompanied Children and Girls caught up in the migration crisis.