Jun 10, 2019 @ 10:00AM - Jun 10, 2019 @ 6:00PM
405 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
The Global Judicial Leadership Conference is a two-day conference convening in New York City. Day One (Monday, June 10, 2019) event activities will be held at the United Nations Building. Day Two (Tuesday, June 11, 2019) event activities will be held at Columbia Law School.
(Complete the registration section of this program flyer and submit by mail or email.)
The registration fee includes entry to sessions, breakfast (Tuesday), lunch (Monday and Tuesday).
Registrants who cancel before May 27 will receive a refund, subject to a $50 processing fee. No refunds on or after May 27
NAWJ lists three nearby hotels for your convenience (see Hotel Information below.) Feel free to select another hotel of your choice.
Sally ("Salwa") Shatila Kader
Founder and President of the International Federation for Peace and Sustainable Development
Judge Tamila E. Ipema
President of the National Association of Women Judges; Superior Court of California, County of San Diego
|10:00 AM||TOUR OF THE UNITED NATIONS|
|(The conference tour has reached capacity. It is closed.)|
|12:00 PM||LUNCH (offsite)|
|3:00 PM||WELCOME REMARKS|
|Sally ("Salwa") Shatila Kader, Founder and President International Federation for Peace and Sustainable Development|
|Judge Tamila E. Ipema, President, National Association of Women Judges; Superior Court of California, County of San Diego|
|His Excellency Mr. Modest J. Mero, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United Nations|
|His Excellency Jorge Skinner-Klee Arenales, Permanent Representative of Guatemala to the United Nations|
|His Excellency Mr. António Gumende, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic Mozambique|
|3:30 PM||INTERMISSION: VIOLIN AND FLUTE MUSIC|
|3:45 PM||DISCUSSIONS BY INDIVIDUAL SPEAKERS ON HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL WOMEN: SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN|
|Her Excellency Ambassador Fatima K. Mohammed, Permanent Observer of the African Union to the United Nations|
|Colonel Linda Murnane (USAF JAG, Retired), Legal Research Consultant, LexisNexis; ABA’s Mayer Rasmussen Awardee for Advancement of Women in International Law|
|Lieutenant Commander Marcia Andrade Braga, Naval Officer; Military Gender Advisor at the UN Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic|
In Attendance and Available to Respond to Questions:
Patricia Nemeth, President of the United Nations Staff Union
DAY TWO agenda here.
NAWJ lists three nearby hotels for your convenience. Feel free to select another hotel of your choice.
One UN Plaza New, NY 10017. Across the street from the United Nations.
221 East 44th Street, New York, NY 10017
The hotel is located three blocks west of the United Nations Building, a six minute walk to the UN building, 0.3 mile.
511 Lexington Avenue at 48th Street, New York, NY 10017
The hotel is located eight blocks northwest of the United Nations Building, a 12 minute walk to the UN Building, 0.6 mile.