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IAWJ Hosts Parallel Event at the 61st CSW
Just Announced: Europe and the Middle East Regional Meeting to be held in Budapest, Hungary
14 February 2017
A Message from IAWJ's President on International Women's Day
8 March 2017
Today, while we celebrate International Women´s Day, I would like to greet you, my sisters, members of the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ).
We, Women Judges of the world, we have an unmatched opportunity to give Justice a more human face, a more sensitive face, to deliver a service closer to people; in order to make the system more effective, efficient and independent.
While winter storm Stella made for difficult travel, it certainly did not damper the sprits and the passion of the 23 IAWJ judges and leaders who participated at the 61st Session of the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) last week in New York City. The theme of this CSW was “Economic Empowerment of Women: The Changing World of Work.” IAWJ Executive Director Lisa Davis led the IAWJ delegation with the able team of Nicole Welsh and Anne Goldstein. This was the largest IAWJ delegation to date.
The Hungarian Association of Women Judges, and the Regional Directors of IAWJ for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, are very pleased to invite you to attend a conference in the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary on 23 and 24 March 2017. The conference will focus on Gender Issues and Migration and will also address particular issues concerning Unaccompanied Children and Girls caught up in the migration crisis.
See more about the 2017 regional conferences here