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14 July 2020
AIJA urges UN Member States to recognise, uphold and protect the rule of law
A joint call for action - signed by 50 bar associations, law societies, and national and international lawyers' associations, including AIJA, the International Association of Young Lawyers - has been issued on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the adoption of the UN Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers.
The call for action reaffirms the relevance and the universality of the Basic Principles and notes with "great concern the increasing frequency, globally, of attacks and interferences both on the independence of the legal profession, and against lawyers individually, including threats, intimidation, retaliation, harassment and interference in the discharge of lawyers’ professional functions.
20 June 2020
World Refugee Day 2020
Written by AIJA's Human Rights Committee
Today, 20 June 2020, is World Refugee Day.
02 June 2020
Virtual coffee with the AIJA President
In June, as part of our association’s commitment to Diversity this year, join AIJA President Paola Fudakowska for a series of virtual coffees with inspirational women who will share interesting stories from their careers in frontline journalism, diplomacy, medicine and law.
AIJA members, colleagues, friends and families are invited to join and engage in a interactive discussion about women in leadership across a variety of professions.
On 5 June, Paola has invited British diplomat Caroline Hurndall.
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