Sixth national congress of the China Women Judges Association (CWJA) held in Beijing

At the sixth national congress of the China Association of Judges (CAJ) and the China Women Judges Association (CWJA) held on January 18, 2020 in Beijing, Song Yushui, Vice-President of the Beijing Intellectual Property Court (BIPC), was elected as Vice-President of the CAJ as well as President of the CWJA, according to Women of China. The Vice-Presidents of the CWJA now include: Li
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“Multidisciplinary analysis of the so-called parental alienation syndrome” by Magistrate Gloria Poyatos

On February 7, 2020, a day of holistic analysis took place in Madrid, Spain on the alleged “Parental Alienation Syndrome (SAP)”, organized by the Association of Women Judges of Spain (AMJE), with the collaboration of the Government of Spain through the Women’s Institute, the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), the Save the Children Organization, the Madrid Bar Association, the Association of Sociology
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“Multidisciplinary analysis of the so-called parental alienation syndrome” by Magistrate Gloria Poyatos

The Tunisian Association of Women Judges (TAWJ) participated in the cross-border HELP course “Ensuring sustainable democratic governance and human rights in the Southern Mediterranean”

On November 25-26, 2019, the Tunisian Association of Women Judges (TAWJ) went to Rabat, Morocco and participated in the launch event of the cross-border HELP course “Ensuring sustainable democratic governance and human rights in the Southern Mediterranean”, implemented by the Council of Europe. The delegation was composed of Feten Sebii, Vice-President of the Association, Rym Ben Chehida, Training and Project Manager as well
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The Tunisian Association of Women Judges (TAWJ) participated in the cross-border HELP course “Ensuring sustainable democratic governance and human rights in the Southern Mediterranean”

IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, recently spoke about sextortion

Nancy Hendry, IAWJ Senior Advisor, spoke about sextortion at the 2019 Congress of the European Women Lawyers Association in Madrid. She explained why the IAWJ chose the term sextortion: to show that “abusing a position of authority to extort sex is not only a form of sexual abuse but also a form of corruption, one in which sex rather than money is the
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#YOMEUNO (#IJOIN): A Campaign from the Association of Women Judges of Argentina in Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Since the beginning of November 2019, and to commemorate the International Day of Non-Violence, the Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA) carried out throughout the country, the #YOMEUNO CAMPAIGN for the commitment to end violence against women, an initiative by AMJA, which responds the invitation of the United Nations #UNITE, which involves multiple actors from the judicial system, state agencies, and civil
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#YOMEUNO (#IJOIN): A Campaign from the Association of Women Judges of Argentina in Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

“World Bank Conference: Ethical Concerns about the Use of Social Media by Judges” by Justice Lynne Leitch

November 5, 2019 | Monumental societal shifts have significantly impacted the nature of judicial work and created new challenges to the rule of law. They have also raised questions and created questions about the ethical responsibilities of judges in relation to their use of social media. Judges must understand and become comfortable with social media to fulfill our judicial duties. We have no choice.
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The Tunisian Association of Women Judges Launches the Handbook of Cantonal Courts

The Tunisian Association of Women Judges (TAWJ) launched the Handbook of Cantonal Courts, which was developed and printed with the support of the Justice Reform Support Program and Democracy International Reporting, at a ceremony organized in collaboration with the Justice Reform Support Program on Friday, November 29, 2019, in the presence of the Minister of Justice Mr. Mohamed Karim Jamoussi. The main purpose
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The Tunisian Association of Women Judges Launches the Handbook of Cantonal Courts

“The 3rd Punjab Women Judges’ Conference” by the Hon. Ayesha Malik

The 3rd Punjab Women Judges’ Conference was organised by the Punjab Judicial Academy (PJA) under the auspices of the Lahore High Court (LHC) from 29th November to 1st December 2019. The Conference was attended by over 271 women Judges from across Punjab. Chief Justice of Pakistan, Judges from the Supreme Court of Pakistan and the Chief Justice Lahore High Court graced the occasion and shared invaluable comments
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“The 3rd Punjab Women Judges’ Conference” by the Hon. Ayesha Malik