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Tuvimos el grato gusto de entrevistar a la Doctora Claudia Zalazar, integrante de la IAWJ, y actualmente Vocal de la Camara en lo Quinto Civil y Comercial de Cordoba, Argentina. El tema a conversar fue el impacto del cambio climático y sus repercusiones en la salud.
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El cambio climático tiene consecuencias particulares dañinas para las mujeres, y las instituciones sociales influencian de forma profunda en su bienestar y sus opciones de vida
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For this UN Day of this girl child, we had the opportunity to interview Judge Amy Dawson. Judge Dawson is doing a lot of work in improving outcomes for LGBTQIA youth.
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For this UN International Day of Democracy, we had the opportunity to interview Judge Safia Iman from the United Kingdom. The conversation was centered around the interactions between Democracy and the Rule of Law. Judge Iman started with an invitation to reflect on the meaning of this day for each of us because democracy “lies in the consciousness of people”.
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Full title: Child-Inclusive Restorative Justice in the Context of Domestic Violence, Kosovo Legal and Policy Framework. This article focuses on legal and policy framework of the Republic of Kosovo concerning child – inclusive restorative justice in the context of domestic violence.
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Derechos de las mujeres a acceder a puestos de jerarquía y autoridad en las organizaciones religiosas.
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Una de nuestras integrantes de la IAWJ, Gloría Marina Pasten, reflexiona sobre este día celebrado el 18 de Septiembre y su estrecha relación con la igualdad de género a nivel nacional (Argentina) como internacional.
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In this article, Hon. Magistrate Jane Ocharo, who is visually impaired, analyzes the achievements and challenges of the Kenyan Judiciary in ensuring inclusion for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).
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For the International Day of People of African Descent, Judge Njeri Thuku celebrates and marks the achievements of the African diaspora and interrogates how discrimination takes place to find ways to eliminate it.
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Dans ce texte, Hon. Juge MUJINGA BIMANSHA Marie-Josée, présente des actions entreprises à La République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) pour lutter contre la criminalisation du VIH SIDA.
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For the UN Day of the Girl Child, we had the privilege to interview Hon. Justice Teresa Doherty from Northern Ireland. Throughput her career she has dealt with both war crimes and cultural traditions that impacted on girls. She took some time to share some of her observations with us.
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The UN Day for Universal Access to Information was created as a day to recall and celebrate the importance of information as the lifeblood of democracy. In this piece, Judge Abigail Holt analyzes the consequences of information technology and artificial intelligence on judicial and legal systems.
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For this World Humanitarian Day, Hon. Judge Njeri Thuku reflects on women security in conflict settings. She explored the subjects of women combatants through history and around the world. #TheHumanRace #ItTakesAVillage
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In this piece, Hon. Justice Maryann Anenih demonstrates the importance of ensuring that the information on Access to Justice is readily available and put in the simplest form possible. That is, a form that is easily comprehended for the benefit of the less educated and less legally exposed, particularly the rural women.
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