At the 28th session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Doha Declaration side events explore how promoting the rule of law helps boost peace and justice worldwide.
Ugandan Supreme Court Judge Lilian Tibatemwa speaks with the Global Judicial Integrity Network on how to recognize and prevent gender bias in the judiciary, including how to assess judges' unconscious biases.
As part of its global efforts to reduce reoffending and provide prisoners with #ANewChance upon release, UNODC recently opened two new rehabilitation centres in Zambia. The new facilities are aimed at curbing recidivism in the country and promoting social reintegration
#Education4Justice opened an interactive space in Museo Tin Marín - El Salvador's children's museum. Here, primary school children can play and learn about online safety and develop critical thinking.
Diana Graski ofthe National Center for State Courts speaks with the Global Judicial Integrity Network about the benefits and challenges of artificial intelligence's emerging role in case management, including a discussion of international trends.
The 1st #Hackathon4Justice in Nigeria was co-organized by Facebook, Africa Teen Geeks, and Education for Justice. 49 students from 10 universities across the country gathered to address the rule of law issues and come up with technological ways to make the world a safer place.
Under the Doha Declaration Global Programme, the Global Judicial Integrity Network has recently released a set of new judicial conduct and ethics training tools.
Judge David Ordóñez Solís, a Spanish judge and Executive Secretary of the Ibero-American Commission for Judicial Ethics, is interviewed by the Global Judicial Integrity Network on regional judicial collaboration.