Posts Tagged ‘webinar’
Hosted by the New Zealand Association of Women Judges (NZAWJ) Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand | May 7-9, 2021 (NZ time) Register Here If you are from New Zealand, please register here. The IAWJ Biennial Conference, which was postponed because of COVID-19, will now take place from May 7-9, 2021. As the New Zealand borders will likely remain closed for the whole
Justice Susan Glazebrook, President-Elect of the IAWJ, Spoke at a CSW Side Event on “Women Delivering Justice: Achieving Gender Parity in the Justice Sector”
Justice Susan Glazebrook, Judge of the Supreme Court of New Zealand and President-Elect of the IAWJ, spoke at the virtual 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) Side Event on “Women Delivering Justice: Achieving Gender Parity in the Justice Sector“. Justice Glazebrook spoke generally about the contributions gender parity in the justice sector provides to society as well as
Watch video recording Despite incremental country progress in achieving gender parity in the justice sector, women continue to encounter overall social, economic and institutional challenges to their full and effective participation as justice agents. Challenges range from gender stereotypes to sexual harassment, time poverty, limited opportunities to career advancement and obstacles to access leadership positions. In some cases, barriers have
The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) Hosted a Webinar on “Racial Equity in Our Justice System: What Does It Look Like and What Are We Doing to Ensure It?”
On February 22, 2021, the National Association of Women Judges’ (NAWJ) Fairness and Access Committee, through its Racial Equity sub-committee, conducted a webinar entitled “Racial Equity in Our Justice System: What Does It Look Like and What Are We Doing to Ensure It?” The webinar focused on the ways in which race and ethnicity are interconnected with access to justice, and, in light
The World Bank, in Collaboration with the IAWJ, Hosted a Virtual Tribute Event in Honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The discussion featured, among others: Ms. Anne Goldstein, IAWJ Director of Training and Curriculum Development, Professor Judith Resnik, Member of the IAWJ Board of Managerial Trustees and Arthur Liman Professor of Law at Yale Law School, Justice Martha Koome, IAWJ Member and Judge in the Court of Appeal of Kenya. The video recording of the event is available here.
The Association of Women Judges of Spain (AMJE) Hosted a Webinar on “Childhood Law Under Examination”
During the webinar, experts from the association who participated in the AMJE “Report on the Draft Organic Law for the Comprehensive Protection of Children and Adolescents against Violence” analyzed the proposed regulations, in order to assess it and explore possible fields of improvement. To view the video recording, please click here.
1) The Global Judicial Integrity Network was one of the winning teams in the Gender Equity Track at the AI for Good Global Summit. The Network presented a project focused on preventing gender bias and discrimination in Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems used in judiciaries. The project is focused on developing, launching, and maintaining a practical framework of global recommendations that judiciaries can use
Justice Ginsburg noted that she was always eager to learn from the experiences of other nations, “as a matter of comity and in a spirit of humility.” Four women judges from around the world shared their insights on how Justice Ginsburg’s framework for gender equality shaped or was shaped by international comparative law. The full video recording of the event is available below:
The Argentina Association of Women Judges (AMJA) Will Be Hosting Various Online Events and Trainings Throughout the Month of October 2020
More information on these events is available here.