In conjunction with the University of Buenos Aires’ Center for Human Rights, a study was carried out to examine the history of women in fields of international justice (treaty bodies, special rapporteurs, international tribunals, etc). In the first report, the general objective was to identify the level to which female participation in international tribunals and monitoring bodies increased in the last fifteen years. For this, we analyzed the composition of these organizations as surveyed by GQUAL in four key timeframes: 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015. In a second investigation, the objective was to analyze the nominations made by Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay to international bodies between the years 2000 and 2016. In another stage, a secondary analysis was carried out to examine the 2018 nominations of Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, the United States, Canada, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Paraguay. You can access the investigative reports here and here.
Another study was carried out with Berkeley University’s International Human Rights Law Clinic. The study sought out to identify the legal bases in international law (outside of the CEDAW Convention) that exist that establish States to promote gender parity in international justice and related fields. You can access that study here.