LAST UPDATE: 15 November 2015
Website: ArbitralWomen informs its members and visitors that the website is currently being revamped and will soon offer a modern and dynamic platform with new features.
If you are a woman practitioner in international dispute resolution in any role, including inter alia, arbitrator, mediator, expert, adjudicator, marine surveyor, facilitator, lawyer, neutral, ombudswoman, forensic consultant, do consider joining us: click on Become a Member and fill an application.
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GQUAL seeks to promote gender parity in international bodies. This global campaign counts with the support of a diverse group of women from different parts of the world.
TDM 4 (2015) ArbitralWomen/TDM Special: Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration
Click here to see the special launch page
The TDM special issue on “Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration” was launched in London on 2 July 2015. This Special Issue analyses discrimination and diversity in international arbitration. It examines new trends, developments, and challenges in the use of practitioners from different geographical, ethnic/racial, religious backgrounds as well as of different genders in international arbitration, whether as counsel or tribunal members.
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is an international non-governmental organization gathering women practitioners active in international dispute resolution. The group has its origins in 1993 and expanded mainly since 2000. Today our network is
a thousand strong, from all parts of the globe. Members come from all continents and from more than 40 countries.
We are proud of our work in promoting women in dispute resolution
through events, social gatherings, mentoring, and awards to assist women law students to participate in moot courts. ArbitralWomen continues to advance the interests of women in dispute resolution and enhance their involvement.
In twenty years, women made a great deal of progress leading many arbitration institutions and commissions, serving as arbitrators and mediators, and taking a more visible role in the leadership of the arbitration community. There remains much work to be done if women are to achieve equal status with men in this field.
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