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Position Paper No. 10-The Selection Process of the Inter-American Commission and Court on Human Rights: Reflections on necessary reforms Through its 10th position paper, CEJIL shares its reflections on the selection processes for members of the Inter-American Commission and Court on Human Rights. The
Article 8 of the Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination against Women: A Stepping Stone in Ensuring Gender Parity in International Organs and Tribunals Claudia Martin, Co-Director of the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at American University Washington College of Law and
Current Composition of International Tribunals and Monitoring Bodies GQUAL surveyed a total of 93 international tribunals and monitoring bodies, making a total of 592 positions available. Excerpts of the data covered in Concept Note of the Campaign follow below. International Tribunals Year Founded Tribunal
Gender Equality in International Tribunals and Bodies: an achievable step with global impact This Concept Paper written by Viviana Krsticevic, Executive Director of CEJIL and part of the GQUAL Team, presents the issue that GQUAL aims to address, expands on the reasons why women’s equal representation