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2021

 Woman standing on a long kanu on a river
         talking to a manSetting an example for women in Southeast Asian Law Enforcement
Bangkok, Thailand and Hanoi, Viet Nam, September 2021- Law enforcement agencies in Southeast Asia remain heavily male-dominated organizations and are falling well short of gender parity. UNODC and its partners are encouraging police forces in Southeast Asia to better reflect the diversity of the communities that they serve. (Read more)

4 young women holding signs 

Strengthening the prevention and care for victims of gender-based violence in Ecuador, a shared challenge between UNODC and UN WOMEN
Quito, June 28 2021- In order to strengthen the prevention and care for victims of gender-based violence in Ecuador, UNODC has formalized a partnership with UN Women in Ecuador. (Read more)

 


4 young women holding signs 

UNODC Gender Equality Forum
Vienna, June 2021 - The UNODC Gender Team with the support of the Government of Ireland, hosted the first ever UNODC Gender Equality Forum, a virtual conference held from the 22nd to the 24th of June to discuss the future of gender equality and women's empowermnet in UNODC's mandated areas. (Read more)


10-year-old Mexican girl smiling into the camera 

How UNODC Wants to Eliminate Gender-Based Violence Against Women
Vienna, Austria, 20 May 2021 - UNODC is implementing several initiatives around the world in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice, through trainings with police, reviewing legislative initiatives, promoting essential services for suvivors, or coaching judges to improve criminal justice systems, to name a few. (Read more)

 

First-ever cadre of female police officers
         in Balochistan, Pakistan. 

Female Police Officers Step into the Frontlines as First Responders in Pakistan
Islamabad, Pakistan, 26 April 2021 - UNODC Pakistan has readily taken initiative through its Rule of Law programme and trained the first-ever cadre of female police officers in Balochistan as first responders for Gender-Based Violence. (Read more)

 
 

10-year-old Mexican girl smiling into the
         camera 

Making the Streets Safer for Women & Girls in Mexico
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, 22 April 2021 - Girls and women have the right to feel safe everywhere yet all too often, cities and public spaces are not designed with women’s safety in mind. The Spotlight Initiative in Mexico worked with municipal institutions on plans to improve the city’s public spaces in the city of Ciudad Juarez. (Read more)

 

Cover page of the UNODC Ethiopia Office Newsletter 

UNODC Programme Office Ethiopia Launches Gender Newsletter
Ethiopia, April 2021 - The UNODC Programme Office in Ethiopia is pleased to share its first Gender Newsletter that focuses on the work delivered to advocate for the empowerment of women in the criminal justice sector in Ethiopia. (Read more)

 
 

 Cover of the new publication "The handbook on gender-responsive
         police services" 

New Handbook on Gender-Responsive Police Services for Women and Girls Subject to Violence
Cairo, Egypt, 21 April 2021 - A new global Police Handbook aims to provide guidance and practical knowledge for police middle managers in addressing some of the most difficult challenges that women survivors of violence face when accessing police services around the world was presented to representatives from law enforcement entities in the Arab States(Read more)



Participants of the
         Training of Trainers Workshop sit and listen to a presentation 

Training of trainers: Enhancing expertise in the criminal justice system in Ethiopia
Bishoftu, Ethiopia, 12 April 2021 - The UNODC Programme Office in Ethiopia partnered with key training institutes and academies in Ethiopia to deliver 3 weeks of training to 77 personnel (57 men/20 women) who train prison wardens, police officers, and prosecution personnel, in order to sustain capacities in the criminal justice system. (Read more)

 
 


Portrait of Lelise Terfasa, Associate Programme
         Officer at the UNODC Programme Office in Ethiopia, on a yellow background 

Interview with Lelise Terfasa: Women leading the way towards gender equality within UNOV/UNODC
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8 March 2021 - Prior to joining the UNODC Programme Office in Ethiopia, Lelise worked as a Team Leader of a special prosecution unit for crimes against women and children in Ethiopia and was Deputy Head of the Federal Attorney General branch office. Please read about her motivations, her achievements and how she commemorated International Women's Day 2021. (Read more)

 

Two women and one men journliast take notes during
         the training. Journalist and Lecturer Said Abu Muallah (right) speaks about the importance of ethical reporting on gender
         justice and violence against women 

Palestine: Promoting Gender-Sensitive Reporting in the Media
West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestine, 8 March 2021 - Media plays a vital role in shaping perceptions of violence against women and girls and its impact. As part of the HAYA Joint Programme, journalists and media professionals are receiving training on ethical and non-discriminatory reporting on gender justice and violence against women(Read more)

 


Woman in traditional clothing standing infront of market stalls 

UNODC ranked as high performing in the 2021 Global Health 50/50 report
Vienna, March 2021 - Gender equality is fundamental to everyone’s health, dignity and livelihoods. The work of UNODC in advancing gender equality in global health has recently been recognised in the 2021 Global Health 50/50 report, “Gender equality: Flying blind in a time of crisis”.  (Read more)


4 young women holding signs 

UNOV/UNODC celebrates International Women's Day 2021
Vienna, March 2021 - This International Women’s Day, UNOV/UNODC is celebrating the leadership shown by women across the organisations. Through a series of interviews, inspirational women from Field Offices and HQ are celebrated for their efforts towards advancing gender equality commitments and promoting these aspects across the Offices’ mandated areas of work. (Read more)


4 young women holding signs 

Vienna Based Organizations celebrate International Women's Day 2021

Vienna, 8 March 2020 - For International Women's Day 2021, the Vienna Based Organizations have come together to celebrate female colleagues throughout the organizations. Colleagues from UNOV/UNODC, IAEA, CTBTO, UNIDO and IOM describe the women leaders who inspire them.
(Read more)



4 pictures, Young girl with old woman,
         young woman in a laboratory, woman with mouth-nose protection, young child 

Interview Artifical Intelligence and Gender in the Judiciaries
Vienna, February 2021 - In 2020, the Global Judicial Integrity Network won an award for its project focusing on gender bias and discrimination in artificial intelligence (AI) systems used in judiciaries. The project is a continuation of the Network’s previous work on gender-related issues in the judiciary as well as their work on the ethical use of AI. (Read more)

 

 


4 young women holding signs 

Interview Container Control Program Women's Network
Vienna, February 2021 - The Container Control Program (CCP) Women’s Network, established in 2015, aims to actively promote women’s roles and foster an inclusive dialogue around female participation, leadership, empowerment and freedom from discrimination in a sector often dominated by men. The network was one of the first of its kind within UNODC and continues to empower women working in law enforcement. (Read more)

2020



4 pictures, Young girl with old woman, young woman in a
         laboratory, woman with mouth-nose protection, young child 

UNODC Celebrates its Enduring Commitment to Fighting Gender-Based Violence & Discrimination
Vienna, 30 December 2020 - UNODC remains strongly comitted to the task by promoting gender equality and empowerment of all women and girls through its programmes, while fighting against gender-based disrcimination in the criminal justice system and gender-based violence. (Read more)

 

 

Cover of "The time  is now"
         publication UNODC Publication on the Power of Diversity and Inclusion to Address the Gender Dimensions of Corruption
Vienna, 10 December 2020 - The UNODC publication The Time is Now – Addressing the Gender Dimensions of Corruption  highlights just how many of the gender dimensions of corruption are neither well understood nor sufficiently addressed worldwide. It also explores how gender equality policies can have a positive effect in preventing and countering corruptionand vice versa. [Read more

 

Key Visual of 2020 Vienna Discussion Forum, 3
         Figures

Vienna Discussion Forum 2020: The future is gender-inclusive: Global responses in crisis management and recovery
Vienna, 27 November 2020 - UNODC and UNIDO, together with the Permanent Missions of Finland, Norway and Sweden in Vienna, hosted the second annual Vienna Discussion Forum (VDF), a platform to discuss gender equality in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals. [Read more]


Key Visual of 2020 International Day
         for the Elimination of Violence against Women,
UNODC Ethiopia: Interview with Director of Good Samaritan Association on Ending Gender-Based Violence
Ethiopia, 23 November 2020 – As part of the 16 Days of Activism and in commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Margaret Akullo, UNODC Representative a.i. in Ethiopia, spoke with Ms Hirut Yibabe, Director and Co-Founder of the Good Samaritan Association. [Read more]
 

Illustration of the
         number "5"

UNODC Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of CCP Women's Network
Vienna, 19 November 2020 - Aware of the added value that women bring to law enforcement, as well as the global disparities in terms of women’s participation, the UNODC-WCO Container Control Programme (CCP) endeavoured in 2015, to increase the number of women officers working in its Port Control Units (PCUs) and Air Cargo Control Units (ACCUs) around the world. Today they celebrate their fifth anniversary. [Read more; see also here]

 

Screenshot of Speech of
         Ghada Waly, Director General of UNOV / Executive Director of UNODC


UNODC Participates in 'Enabling Environment Guidelines Week'
Vienna, 23 October 2020 - The Enabling Environment Guidelines (EEGs) address inclusivity and diversity within the UN by changing the organisational culture and engaging in a corporate transformation. Read more on the event marking the one-year anniversary of the EEGs launch, hosted by the Vienna-based Organisations’ Gender Focal Points and Focal Points for Women (VBO GFPs). Listen to the opening remark of UNODC Executive Director Ghada Waly. [Read more]


Female UN Peace Keeping Officers
         with blue helmets

Guterras to Security Council: Women leaders 'essential to peace and progress for all'
New York, October 2020 -  Women continue to be under-represented in key decision-making over the battle against COVID-19, the chief of the UN gender empowerment agency said on Thursday, addressing the Security Council, adding that the situation is even "worse for women in conflict areas". [Read more]

Katja Pehrman,
         UN Women Senior Advisor

Enabling Environment Guidelines - Interview with Katja Pehrman (UN Women Senior Adviser)
Vienna, October 2020 - The EEGs provide UN system-wide guidance on the creation of an enabling environment that promotes a more diverse, inclusive and respectful work environment. Marking the one-year anniversary of the EEGs launch, the Gender Team interviewed Katja Pehrman, Senior Adviser and Gender Focal Point at UN Women, on the process of developing, their role in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and her personal vision for the future. [Read more]


Women glancing through blinds
         with Mouth-Nose-Protection



Gender-based violence in times of the pandemic-Interview with Claudia Baroni and Sven Pfeiffer 
(Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officers)
Vienna, October 2020 -During the pandemic there has been a dramatic increase of violence against women and girls, particularly of domestic violence. As the UNODC takes the lead in the UN system in developing model strategies, model policies and practical measures for the elimination of violence against women, we interviewed Claudia Baroni and Sven Peiffer (Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officers) on their perspective. [Read more]


Femalelaw enforcement officers
         with Hijabs

 


Interview with Cristina Iampieri (Sahel Programme Coordinator) on Gender Equality in the G5 Sahel Programme
Vienna, September 2020 -The UNODC supported the Bureau of Defense and Security of the G5 Sahel Programme in developing and operationalizing the police component of the Joint Force and was tasked with mainstreaming gender throughout the programme. We interviewed Cristina Iampieri, Sahel Programme Coordinator, on her work. (Read more)

 

Shadow of a male and female
         in an intense angry discussion
UNODC Thematic Brief on COVID-19 and gender-based violence against women
Vienna, 2020 - UNODC Thematic Brief on COVID-19 and gender-based violence against women and girls addresses the challenges faced by the criminal justice agencies during the pandemic, as well as recommendations for criminal justice actors and the possible support by UNODC. (Read more)
 

António Guterres (UN
         Secretary-General)
António Guterres (UN Secretary-General) on Gender-Based Violence and COVID-19
New York, April 2020 - Video message by António Guterres (UN Secretary-General) on Gender-Based Violence and COVID-19. (Listen here)
 

Women at speakers podium

 

 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from a gender perspective: Tunisia's post COVID-19 Priorities

Tunis, Tunisia 27 August 2020 - The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by world leaders in 2015, embody a roadmap for progress that is sustainable and leaves no one behind. Achieving gender equality and women's empowerment is integral to each of the 17 goals. Through this vision, the Tunisian Ministry of Women, Family, Children, and Elderly Affairs organised the international forum "Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from a gender perspective: Tunisia's post-COVID-19 priorities" in Tunis, Tunisia. (Read more)

 

Jarpa Dawuni with quote
The Gendered Face of COVID-19: Women and Access to Justice
Jarpa Dawuni - Women bear a disproportionate brunt of health cises, environmental disasters and gender-based violence. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 global pandemic could follow this pattern - having devastating implications for women's access to justice. What are courts and governments doing to adress these challenges? (Read more)
 

Man with quote
The Judiciary is Not Immune from Bullying and Sexual Harassment 
June 2020 -  Three years since the #MeToo movement began, more and more people are speaking about harassment and abuse. The legal profession is at the forefront of this evolving movement, inherently tasked with determining the scope of law as it relates to bullying and sexual harassment. (Read more)

Women at Semarang Female Correction Facility

 

"Society may judge what we did,  but it cannot judge what we will become": Providing a new chance to female prisoners in Indonesia
Jakarta, Indonesia 11 March 2020 - This week in Indonesia, a new project was opened in the Semarang Female Correction Facility, situated about  400km's east of the capital, Jakarta. Aimed at transferring knowledge around the ancient technique of batik dyeing, the idea is to train  inmates, with commercially viable skills that they can use post-release. (Read more)

 

Man at speakers podium
Training on Investigation into Gender and Child Related Crimes under Advanced Terrorism Investigation Course 
20 - 22 January 2020, Peshawar. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), under the framework of its PACT Project, successfully conducted a three-days training on 'Investigation into Gender and Child Related Cases', from 20 - 22 January 2020  [Read more] 

Conference in ethiopia
Adressing violence against women and girls in Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, 12 January 2020 - Despite some progress, violence against women and girls is still a serious problem in Ethiopia and one which is fuelled by persistent gender-biased attitudes and practices. (Read more)

female maritime law enforcement
         practitioners at conference in Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Gender at the Core of the 7th Maritime Law Enforcement Dialogue (MLED) in Southeast Asia
10 January 2020 -  Phu Quoc, Vietnam - 10 maritime law enforcement practitioners from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, together with 6 international gender experts and contributors, attended the special session to the 7 th Maritime Law Enforcement Dialogue (MLED) in Southeast Asia, titled "Women in Maritime Law Enforcement" (WMLE) on 28-29 November 2019.  (Read more)
 

2019


Women at the training in Kyiv,
         Ukraine
UNODC and WHO organize international training on substance use treatment and care during pregnancy 
18 December 2019 - Kyiv, Ukraine - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) jointly with the World Health Organization (WHO) in the framework of the UNODC-WHO Programme on Drug Dependence Treatment and Care, organized an International training on Identification and Management of Substance Use Disorders in Pregnancy. [Read more]

Women in uniform in Gujrat
         & Gujranwala, Pakistan
Opening of Women and Juvenile Faciliation and UNODC Global eLearning Centres in Gujrat and Gujranwala 
17 December 2019 -  Gujrat & Gujranwala, Pakistan - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) opened one-stop Women and Juvenile Facilitation Centre (WJFC) in Gujrat and two eLearning Centres in Gujrat and Gujranwala on 17 December 2019, in collaboration with the Gujrat  Police, with the financial support of the Government of Norway. [Read more]

Impressions of meeting of the
         Regional Office Middle East and North Africa
UNODC Supporting Member States' stances on Violence Against Women  
Regional Office Middle East and North Africa - Violence against women and girls (VAW&G) is a grave violation of human rights. In addition to the severe negative impact on women's general well-being, it prevents women from fully participating in society, thus leading to negative consequences not only for the women affected but also for their families, communities and countries at large. [Read more]

Cover
         of Publication "Were you really raped, or did you just not get paid?"
Were you really raped, or did you just not get paid? A Needs Assessment of Women who use Drugs in Four Cities in South Africa
South Africa - UNODC supported a series of interactive consultations with women who use drugs, including women who inject drugs, in four cities within South Africa with the aim to identify their needs and challenges/barriers to access health services and propose solutions to removing such barriers. About 100 women who use and inject drugs participated in these consultations. Read more about the key findings.  [Read more]

Impressions of the Converence in Brussels, Belgium
  UNODC calls for shift in paradigm: From women as victims, to women as powerful agents of change  
11 December 2019 - Brussels, Belgium -  On the occasion of the 2019 campaign '16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence' and International Human Rights Day, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), under the framework of the  Global Action against Trafficking in Persons and the Smuggling of Migrants, organized a special event jointly with the European Commission. [Read more]


 

UNODC holds all-female interregional training to strengthen response against Cocaine Production and Trafficking in Colombia
2-5 December 2019 - Colombia -  The underrepresentation of women in criminal justice institutions, as is the case in many countries, has a negative impact on numerous aspects of drug responses. United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) under the framework of the CRIMJUST Project with the support of the " Integrated System  for  Monitoring Illicit Crops" (SIMCI) took this issue front-on, by implementing a capacity building course for female law enforcement officers and prosecutors in order to enhance women's participation, leadership, empowerment and non-discrimination in a sector that is often dominated by men.  [Read more]


Cover of Nigeria Training Module on Gender Dimensions of Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism
UNODC Launches Nigeria Training Module on Gender Dimensions of Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism
2 December 2019 - Abuja, Nigeria - Today, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in partnership with the European Union, the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development, will launch its new  Nigeria Training Module on Gender Dimensions of Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism. This training tool tailored specifically to the Nigerian context for local criminal justice and security sector personnel, as well as policymakers, and been developed jointly by Nigerian and international experts.  [Read more]

Conference Room in  Samarkand City - Uzbekistan

 

UNODC, Uzbekistan Work Together to Prevent Violence Against Women and Children through Educational Tools, E4J
Samarkand City - Uzbekistan - Poor educational attainment, child maltreatment or exposure to violence in the family, harmful use of alcohol, attitudes condoning violence and gender inequality are risk factors for intimate partner violence. [Read more]


Conference Room at VIC
CND and CCPCJ Discuss Gender Inclusive Communication 
27 November 2019 - Vienna, Austria -The Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) and the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) held a joint interactive discussion on "Using gender inclusive communication in the work of Vienna-based intergovernmental bodies" on 25 November 2019 in Vienna, Austria. [Read more]


Conference Room during Food for Thought Session


Food for Thought session: UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security and its link to UNODC mandates
22 November 2019 - Vienna, Austria - To better inform UNODC Member States and staff on the relevance of  UNODC's mandate for United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 (2000) and the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda, UNODC's Gender Team invited Miki Jacevic, Vice Chair of Inclusive Security and Senior Fellow at Our Secure Future, to speak on said link. [Read more]


Women in conference room at 2019 Vienna Discussion Forum


Vienna Discussion Forum 2019
21 November 2019 - Vienna, Austria - The first ever Vienna Discussion Forum debuted on 21 November with experts from all over the world coming together to discuss how to end violence against women through crime prevention, criminal justice responses, and women's economic empowerment. [Read more] 

 




UNODC invited to partake in the International Congress on Gender Equality in the field of Security
8 November 2019 - Toledo, Spain -   United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) participated in the "International Congress on Gender Equality in the field of Security", held in Toledo, Spain on 6-8November 2019. The event focused on Spain's 40-year experience of incorporating women into the police force as well as discussing how police services and law enforcement agencies can increase the number of women working in these sectors. [Read more]


Gender Team doing a workshop in Mexico City, Mexico
UNODC Gender Team conducts firts Field Office training on the Strategy for Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
30 October 2019 - Mexico City, Mexico - The Gender Team in the Office of the Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) conducted the first Field Office training on the implementation of the Strategy for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women in the Liaison Project Office Mexico. [Read more] 

Conference with female law enforcement officers

ASEAN Law Enforcement Agencies Improve Ability to Provide Gender-Focused Services 
11 October 2019  - Bangkok, Thailand - Representatives from law enforcement agencies in ASEAN attended a training session on gender, transnational organized crime and the role of women in law enforcement. Participants came from Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Cambodia and Thailand. Each representative was selected on the basis of their role as trainers in the national training academy. And the objective of the event is to create a cadre of trainers at the national level who can train new recruits or officers who must upgrade their skills.  [Read more] 

Justice figure

UNODC Addresses Gender Dimensions of Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism 
23 July 2019 - Vienna, Austria - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) presented its new  Handbook on Gender Dimensions of Criminal Justice Responses to Terrorism  at UN Headquarters in New York at an event which brought together 120 participants from diplomatic missions, UN agencies and non-governmental organizations. Organized by UNODC together with Norway, Niger, Qatar and Tunisia, on 27 June, the event highlighted women's rights and gender dimensions in the context of counter-terrorism.   [Read more]



4 young girls



With UNODC's Global Programme, Palestinian youth Line Up, Live Up through sports
Palestine, June 2019-  Children playing team sports together not only get the physical benefits of activity and the advantages of teamwork, but they can also learn valuable skills that they can apply in numerous other settings. Sports programmes have therefore increasingly given weight to these factors, using games and physical activities to teach young people how to resists social pressures to engage in delinquency, crime and drugs, how to cope with anxiety, and how to communicate effectively with peers, amongst other life skills. (Read more)



Construction work in  La Paz, Bolivia
Building their freedom with UNODC, women prisoners celebrate Mother's Day in Bolivia
3 June 2019 - La Paz, Bolivia - Like many mothers around the world, Paulina was thinking of her children on Mother's Day. Proudly pointing to her books and notes, she described what she planned to do soon with all the knowledge she had gained: "When I come out, I am going to teach my children; we are going to build our house, and we will save the cost of labour." [Read more]

Artwork of women head with syringes
A Pleasure Trap: Girl's Response to Drugs
Almalyk city, Uzbekistan - Orzigul is a 15-years old girl from Almalyk city of Tashkent region, Uzbekistan. Despite her young age, Orzigul has very creative mindset and can openly express her opinions in a very sensible way. Orzigul attends the crafts classes at the "Barkamol Avlod" Centre, children's arts and crafts place of Almalyk city. The classes in this Centre helped her to stand up against drugs and promote life free from drugs, especially for girls. [Read more]


UNODC's Executive Director Yury Fedotov

Heads of Vienna-based UN organizations call on men to actively promote gender equality
8 March 2019 - Vienna, Austria - On the occasion of International Women's Day, Heads of the Vienna-based United Nations organizations and International Gender Champions met to discuss how men can play an active role in promoting gender equality. [Read more]

Conference Room in  Erbil, Iraq with women
Empowering Women criminal justice officials in the national counter terrorism response  
7 March 2019 - Erbil, Iraq -  After ISIL's military defeat at the hands of the Iraqi army in 2017, terrorism and violent extremism continue to pose challenges to the country. [Read more]  

Photo of Conference room with persons taking part in the training

 

UNODC in Tajikastan: Addressing the Specific Needs of Women Who Inject Drugs
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime conducted a training on "addressing the specific needs of women who inject drugs" for 25 NGO workers of the Republic of Tajikistan. The event hosted representatives from the AIDS Foundation East-West in the Republic of Tajikistan (AFEW), public organizations "Swon plus," PO "HIV Center," PO "Equal opportunities," "Amali nek," "Jovidon," "Tajikistan network of women living with HIV," and Republican Center of HIV.  [Read more]



Female Judge
         Ruiz with Quote
The Role of Women Judges and a Gender Perspective in Ensuring Judicial Independence and integrity
January 2019, USA -  Judge Ruiz recently shared her views on women's contributions to the judiciary with UNODC as part of the Organisation's on-going work on promoting judicial integrity. (Read more)

News Archive

Older news articles from the Gender Network (2015-2017) can be found in our News Archive: