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The International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ) is a non-profit, non- governmental organization whose members represent all levels of the judiciary in over 75 countries/ areas worldwide and share a commitment to equal justice and the rule of law. More
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IAWJ Concerned with Removal of Judges in Turkey  
25 July 2016
IAWJ Announces new Executive Officers and Board Members for 2016-2018
29 May 2016
The Board of Directors elected new members to the Executive Council, and the membership elected representatives to the Board of Directors during the regional meetings at the Biennial Conference. We are proud to announce and welcome our new leaders. 

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IAWJ Members Adopt Resolution to Support the International Commission of Missing Persons (ICMP)
29 May 2016
Members unanimously adopted a resolution in support of the ICMP at its 13th Biennial Conference. May 29th, 2016. The IAWJ recognizes that resolving the fate of the missing and the disappeared in a manner commensurate with rule of law directly correlates with the IAWJ’s mission to advance human rights and equal justice for all. 

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The International Association of Women Judges, representing judges from countries around the world, is committed to judicial independence and impartiality as essential to the Rule of Law. The wholesale termination of judges, with an apparent lack of individualized due process, is a threat to those principles.   

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