From 3 to 5 of October, 2017, the GQUAL Campaign held a Conference in The Hague. The event counted with the participation of foreign dignitaries, academics, students, arbiters, members of international human rights tribunals, commissions and other bodies, among others, and culminated with the adoption of the GQUAL Action Plan to promote gender parity in international justice.
In the coming years, it is expected that this document will serve as a road map and a call for action to motivate, inspire and inform all those who take part in the campaign. Meanwhile, we’d like to share with you some of our conference resources and memories.
You can view the full agenda here.
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Presentations & Infographics
Gender Parity Research Updates: Presentation by GQUAL Secretariat Member Maria Noel Leoni
The GQUAL Ranking
A Closer Look: Countries with more than eight int’l representatives and their gender breakdown; Countries with no women among their int’l representatives.
By the Block: Regional Voting Block Standing
Current Composition: 09/2017
International Human Rights Law Clinic at the University of California, Berkely Working Paper: “Achieving Gender Parity on International Judicial and Monitoring Bodies”
Centro de Derechos Humanos, Universidad de Buenos Aires. Working Paper on Gender Parity in International Law .
Workshop Summaries & Outcomes
- Coming soon