World Association of Judges (WAJ)
Association mondiale de juges
Asociación Mundial de Magistrados
1966-03-13 Geneva Switzerland
13 Mar 1966, Geneva (Switzerland), as World Association of Judges of the World Peace through Law Center, by 'World Peace Through Law Center (WPLTC)', now F-XF3572 - World Jurist Association (WJA), to which it is affiliated.
Advance the administration of judicial justice through cooperation and communication among ranking judicial officials of all nations in an effort to bring to bear upon the common problems of humankind the universally accepted processes, procedures, principles and institutions of the rule of law.
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Executive Committee of 16 members; Secretariat General. Sections: High Courts; Appellate Courts; Trial Courts.
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