Posts Tagged ‘pandemic’

“The U.S. Immigration Courts: Still in a Health and Safety Crisis, More Than Five Months In” by Emma Tsankov

For the past five months, the U.S. Immigration Courts have been engaged in a dangerous ritual with Courts opening and then closing in rapid succession as COVID cases materialize and then recede.  This process is ad hoc and non-transparent causing considerable concern throughout the Immigration Judge corps and the greater legal community.  Contact tracing is not standardized, and cleaning measures are opaque.  These
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NAWJ Webinar – The Critical Roles of Child Welfare Judicial Leadership and Community Collaboration: Building Resilience in the Wake of COVID-19

    Register here   Our member association, the National Association of Women Judges, invites members and stakeholders of the judiciary to their complimentary webinar on August 12, 2020, at 1 pm EDT. The webinar “The Critical Roles of Child Welfare Judicial Leadership and Community Collaboration: Building Resilience in the Wake of COVID-19″ will feature a discussion between National Judicial Leaders on the pandemic’s
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NAWJ Webinar – The Critical Roles of Child Welfare Judicial Leadership and Community Collaboration: Building Resilience in the Wake of COVID-19

The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) Is Hosting a Webinar on “The Critical Roles of Child Welfare Judicial Leadership and Community Collaboration: Building Resilience in the Wake of COVID-19”

The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) invites members and stakeholders of the judiciary to their complimentary webinar on August 12, 2020, at 1 pm EDT. The webinar “The Critical Roles of Child Welfare Judicial Leadership and Community Collaboration: Building Resilience in the Wake of COVID-19” will feature a discussion between National Judicial Leaders on the pandemic’s impact on vulnerable children and families
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The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) Is Hosting a Webinar on “The Critical Roles of Child Welfare Judicial Leadership and Community Collaboration: Building Resilience in the Wake of COVID-19”

“The Birth of Virtual Justice: Hastened by the COVID-19 Pandemic” by the Hon. Emily San Gaspar-Gito

The COVID-19 pandemic is something that judges around the world did not expect. The first few months of the year 2020 have already been hounded by too many natural disasters in various parts of the world – the Philippines included, with the eruption of the Taal, Volcano. But no one had prepared for a pandemic that could bring the judicial system to almost
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“The Birth of Virtual Justice: Hastened by the COVID-19 Pandemic” by the Hon. Emily San Gaspar-Gito

The Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA) Will Publish and Present Their New Book “Gender and COVID-19”

The Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA), in commemoration of the World Day against Trafficking in Persons (July 30), will publish and present their new book “Gender and COVID-19“. For the occasion, AMJA member Dr. Zunilda Niremperger will speak on the topic of “Human Trafficking, the Dark Side of Humanity“. To register for the online event, please click here. This blog post
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The Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA) Will Publish and Present Their New Book “Gender and COVID-19”

The Tunisian Association of Women Judges (TAWJ) Hosted a Webinar About Providing Access to Justice During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Faced with an epidemic affecting the whole world, justice, an essential pillar of any democratic society, found itself in the inevitable search for a balance between endangering fundamental rights and freedoms due to the total paralysis of the judicial system and the necessary fulfillment of its public service mission despite the constraints linked to the health crisis. The spread of the COVID-19 epidemic
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The Tunisian Association of Women Judges (TAWJ) Hosted a Webinar About Providing Access to Justice During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Webinar in French – Children in service in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

    Watch the video recording   The COVID-19 health pandemic and the resulting economic shock to the labor market have a huge impact on people’s lives and livelihoods. Unfortunately, children are the first to be victims, especially those in domestic service. According to some data recorded in 2014, 25% of Haitian children lived separated from their parents and 3,000 of them were
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Webinar in French – Children in service in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

The Chinese Taipei Chapter of the IAWJ Discussed Remote Hearings after the Launch of our COVID-19 Webinar Series

Last month, the IAWJ hosted an important webinar discussion regarding how Courts in different countries are responding to COVID-19. Four IAWJ members presented different initiatives aimed at ensuring justice during the pandemic. Given the time difference, not every member of the Chinese Taipei Chapter of the IAWJ participated in the webinar. The association recapped footage from the webinar at its board meeting followed
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The Chinese Taipei Chapter of the IAWJ Discussed Remote Hearings after the Launch of our COVID-19 Webinar Series