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AMJE to Host Conference on Gender Violence and Education  
2 August 2016
AMJE will host a one-day conference on February 24th in Madrid on the "Approach to Gender Violence Since Education." As part of their ongoing series, "Educating in Equal Justice," the event will feature several experts discussing gender violence in education, and will conclude with a public discussion about the role of judges in educating youth and creating an egalitarian society. 

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IAWJ to Host CSW Parallel Event
25 January 2017
On March 16th, 2017 IAWJ will host a parallel event as part of the 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York, USA. The focus of this year’s CSW is “Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work.” In conjunction with the CSW, IAWJ’s panel “Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work: Views from the Bench,” featuring several IAWJ members giving their perspectives on the view from in bench on a variety of issues.​

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Welcome to the Association of Women Judges of Guatemala  
21 September 2016
We wish to extend a formal welcome to the Association of Women Judges of Guatemala (AMJG). The Association of Women Judges of Guatemala was formed in Guatemala by a vote of the members. The Honorable Judge Delia Davila Zalazar, the Minister of the Supreme Court of Guatemala, was voted by the members to be the President of the new association. Present for the oath ceremony were the President of the Supreme Court of Guatemala, Attorney General Thelma Aldana and President of the IAWJ Susana Medina. 

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First National Congress of Judges Held in Peru
19 October 2016
 On the 23 and 24 September, the First National Congress of Judges of the Judiciary was held in the Superior Court of Liberty, Trujillo. Organized by the Supreme Court of the Republic of Peru, the Congress focused on administering justice, access to justice, human rights, and international standards and the impact of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). The two days of the Congress were attended by 160 Judges of the various regions. 

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