The importance of judging with gender perspective at every level of jurisdictions, in Italy too, is an extremely vast topic which is exceedingly full of too many unsolved matters. The regulation against discrimination in Italy is part of the Constitution, especially in its art. 51. The regulation is part of the civil law, which has been recently updated thanks to the innovative introduction
An Overview of this Month’s Activities from the Association of Judicial Magistrates of the Republic of Paraguay (AMJRP)
October 10, 2020: Launch of the second edition of the “Electronic Judicial File” Manual, the Paraguay’s First Manual of Digital Justice by Judge Vivian Lopez y Lawyer Monica Gonzalez. To view the book launch, please click here. October 29, 2020: Conference with Judge Jose Igreja Matos, First Vice President of the UIM and President of the Association of European Judges, organized by the
I would like to share the following concern, which corresponds to the issue of girls, boys and adolescents who are part of the trans community; because of the conflict that exists in Mexico City law to make effective a human right and that corresponds to identity; since at this time they cannot be given their birth certificate where the gender of that girl,
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 Human Rights of Children and Adolescents in Digital Environments in a Global Context” by the Hon. Natalia Marcela Molina
The opportunity to participate in international events is always enriching, especially because different cultures with very diverse backgrounds converge at the meeting. This meeting has not been the exception. This Conference took place as part of the 75th session of the UN General Assembly. UNGA 2020 was organized by the Journalists and Writers Foundation (JWF), in association with its global partners, the United
“Magistrate Luisa Segoviano Astaburuaga. With Her, We All Progress” by Magistrate Gloria Poyatos Matas
Last September 30 was a great day for equality, the real one, not the formal one, in the Spanish justice system. In the middle of the morning, a Magistrate crossed one of the most insurmountable thresholds of the Spanish Judiciary, although only if you are a woman. Her name is María Luisa Segoviano and she is a pioneer. She has become the first
IAWJ Executive Director, Shawna Wilson, Spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Virtual Round Table on Gender Inequality and Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The discussion was moderated by Caroline Bettinger-Lopez, Member of the IAWJ Board of Managerial Trustees and Adjunct Senior Fellow for Women and Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.
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.
The first episode of IAWJ Insights “Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Discussing the Importance of Women Judges” is live and available wherever you get your podcasts. IAWJ Insights episodes will feature our incredible members and spotlight initiatives and issues taking place in their countries and/or regions. Stay tuned for more exciting episodes and please share with your friends and colleagues! To listen to