The IAWJ attended and actively participated in the Second High-Level Meeting of the Global Judicial Integrity Network in Doha, Qatar

On February 25-26, UNODC convened a High-Level Meeting of the Global Judicial Integrity Network in Doha, Qatar, attended by more than 700 participants from 118 countries and 50 judicial associations and organizations, including IAWJ.  The meeting focused on the “Past, Present, Future” of the Network, in particular, its work on emerging judicial integrity issues relating to gender, social media, and artificial intelligence.  IAWJ members featured
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The IAWJ attended and actively participated in the Second High-Level Meeting of the Global Judicial Integrity Network in Doha, Qatar

The National Association of Women Judges Uganda (NAWJU) held a symposium on “Women on the Bench: Sharing experiences in Management Roles as Women; Adjudication of GBV Cases and finding solutions to challenges”

On January 25, 2020, the National Association of Women Judges Uganda (NAWJU) held a successful symposium in partnership with Women on the Bench Research Project of Bergen University, Oslo at Protea hotel, Kampala.  The theme of the symposium was Women on the Bench: Sharing experiences in Management Roles as Women; Adjudication of GBV Cases and finding solutions to challenges. The Facilitators of this
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The National Association of Women Judges Uganda (NAWJU) held a symposium on “Women on the Bench: Sharing experiences in Management Roles as Women; Adjudication of GBV Cases and finding solutions to challenges”

The Tunisian Association of Women Judges held a public speaking training session.

As part of the partnership between the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Tunisia/ Algeria/Libya and the Tunisian Association of Women Judges, a training session was held on “Public Speaking”. 25 women judges participated in this training to develop their speaking skills and ensure professional presentation. The aim of this training is to develop a quality oral delivery by adapting, anticipating and understanding public reactions.
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The Tunisian Association of Women Judges held a public speaking training session.

The Jamaica Association of Women Judges (JAWJ) invited the Hon. Catherine Hoskins (USA) to participate in the National Conference on Technology in the Justice Sector.

On February  28 , 2020, a dream of the Jamaica Association of Women  Judges (JAWJ) was realized when IAWJ member, Judge Catherine Jeane Hoskins of Utah, USA , participated in the National  Conference on  Technology in the Justice Sector, hosted by Jamaica’s Ministry of Justice, upon the invitation of the JAWJ. Her topic was “The Impact of International Digital Technology on the Justice Sector: a practical application to the  Jamaican experience”. Judge Hoskins was a
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The Jamaica Association of Women Judges (JAWJ) invited the Hon. Catherine Hoskins (USA) to participate in the National Conference on Technology in the Justice Sector.

The Hon. Saida Chebili, IAWJ Board Member, organized a mediation and conflict resolution awareness day.

As part of the project to introduce alternative solutions for conflict resolution in Tunisia which the Hon. Saida Chebili, Honorary President of the Tunisian Association of Women Judges and Regional Director of the IAWJ, led for two years with the help of the European Union PARJ, she organized an awareness day for judges and lawyers in the Sousse Court of Appeal. The interventions
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The Benin Chapter of the IAWJ held their General Assembly.

At the end of the Board’s mandate put in place on February 17, 2017, to lead the destiny of the Benin Chapter of the IAWJ, the General Assembly took place on February 14, 2020. The agenda was devoted to the presentation of activity reports and to the renewal of the Board. At the end of the plenary, women magistrates renewed the outgoing team.
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The Zambia Association of Women Judges (ZAWJ) donates to the less privileged in Livingston.

The Zambia Association of Women Judges had an opportunity to have 90% of its members in the tourist Capital of Zambia, Livingstone for the annual Judicial Conference organised by the Judiciary of Zambia from December 16 to 20, 2019. The Association sized the opportunity of having members together and made a donation of assorted items to an Orphanage Centre. As part of the
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The Zambia Association of Women Judges (ZAWJ) donates to the less privileged in Livingston.

“A Call for Character-Driven Leadership” by Hon. Jerlie Luis Requerme

“What does life want from me?  What are my circumstances calling me to do?”  These questions asked in the book of David Brook’s Road to Character deeply resonated with me. I am battling home-sickness, alone in a foreign land without the comforts of home and the warmth of family and friends.  In my moments of desolation, I would ask myself, what am I
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“A Call for Character-Driven Leadership” by Hon. Jerlie Luis Requerme

Retired IAWJ Executive Director Winship continues work on sextortion.

Retired IAWJ Executive Director Joan D. Winship continues her work on sextortion and human trafficking. On January 14, 2020, she and a colleague on the Calvert County Commission for Women where Ms. Winship is Chair, led a public forum on “Sextortion and Human Trafficking in Calvert County and Beyond”.  You can read more about it here. This blog post was prepared by Joan
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Retired IAWJ Executive Director Winship continues work on sextortion.